A project that buys people’s debt in order to abolish their debt offers relief to those stuck in the debt cycle.
Month: February 2013
The extreme weather patterns of 2012 forces us to think about what we can do in the long-run to adapt.
Before FEMA took its first steps after Superstorm Sandy, local community groups had sprung to action, providing crucial emergency relief to residents in New York and New Jersey.
Kids respond to the December 14 shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
In early January, thousands of protesters in Albany, New York pressured Governor Cuomo to ban hydraulic fracturing—a.k.a., “fracking”—in New York State.
Find words used in our January/February 2013 issue!
The average temperature in 2012 exceeded the recorded average, making it one of the hottest years on record.
Learn what it’s like to be a climate research scientist like Daniel Bader.
A bilingual personal essay.
In Mexico, Wal-Mart has used bribes to get around the law.