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What Hurricane Sandy Should Teach Us About Climate Justice

What Hurricane Sandy Should Teach Us About Climate Justice

by Imara Jones on November 15 2012, 9:24AM

Those who can least bear the brunt of climate change are those feeling its consequences most acutely, both in the U.S. and abroad. But both the “climate gap” and climate change are fixable.

Topics: Economy, Environment

Northeast Tribal Lands Hit Hard by Hurricane Sandy

by Jorge Rivas on October 31 2012, 5:44PM

Northeastern tribes say they need both federal and non-governmental agencies to help with recovery efforts after Hurricane Sandy.

Topics: Environment, /NOW

Maryland Readies for Hurricane Sandy's Impact on Early Voting

Maryland Readies for Hurricane Sandy’s Impact on Early Voting

by Julianne Hing on October 31 2012, 10:08AM

Early voting is critical to the black vote, but with two fewer days in Maryland’s early voting schedule, it could have far-reaching effects on the state’s future.

Topics: 2012 Election, Early Voting, Politics

Who's Going to Fix NYC Subways After Hurricane Sandy? Public Workers

Who’s Going to Fix NYC Subways After Hurricane Sandy? Public Workers

by Jamilah King on October 30 2012, 12:48PM

It’s time to thank your transit workers. Here’s why.

Topics: /NOW

A Few Apps, Tips, and Websites to Get You Through Hurricane Sandy

A Few Apps, Tips, and Websites to Get You Through Hurricane Sandy

by Jamilah King, Phoenix Soleil on October 29 2012, 3:30PM

Need a few last minute tips to help ride out Hurricane Sandy? We got you.

Topics: /NOW

Undocumented Immigrants in New Orleans Fear Isaac and Deportation

by Jorge Rivas on August 28 2012, 2:57PM

In 2005, after Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans saw a surge of new undocumented immigrants in the city that were drawn by the high paying construction jobs.

Topics: Immigration, /NOW

We're One Natural Disaster Away From Another Recession

We’re One Natural Disaster Away From Another Recession

by Imara Jones on August 28 2012, 10:01AM

Our economy is still gravely fragile, and people of color will weather the worst of the storm.

Topics: /NOW

Gov. Bobby Jindal Calls for Coastal Parishes to Voluntarily Evacuate

Gov. Bobby Jindal Calls for Coastal Parishes to Voluntarily Evacuate

by Jorge Rivas on August 27 2012, 1:10PM

The announcement came as tropical Storm Isaac continues west-northwestward over the eastern Gulf of Mexico and poses a significant storm surge threat to the northern Gulf coast.

Topics: Environment, /NOW

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