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A climate change forecast: rain with a chance of mosquito-borne diseases

Decades before Elizabeth Blaney, now 84, moved to St. Albans, the neighborhood was shaded yellow on maps made by the federal government. The color yellow could mean there was a high number of immigrants—or that there was a possibility of Black people moving into the neighborhood. But being coded yellow...

The Heat is Killing Us: Climate change & rising temps are increasing gun violence

Leer en español As our planet grapples with the consequences of man-made climate change and the excessive summer heat it is causing, a lesser-known repercussion is coming to light: its correlation with the uptick in gun-related incidents in America’s cities. But how exactly are rising temperatures and gun violence intertwined,...

Radical Elders plan to march during Climate Week NYC

Radical Elders (RE) will have a contingent marching at the March to End Fossil Fuels on September 17th in front of the United Nations.  RE members who spoke with the Amsterdam News say they are excited to take part in the march––and looking forward to, for the first time, physically...

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