Shows how farmers, ranchers, and fisherman--many of whom are not ideologically inclined to believe in man-made climate change--are affected by extreme weather, and the risks they are taking to deal with it.
Five Big Considerations for the US as Climate Change Sweeps the Globe | Moyers.com | Thousands of Syrian Muslims pray for rain at the Grand Umayyad Mosque in central Damascus on December 29, 2006. (AP Photo Bassem Tellawi).
The heir to the throne linked drought in the Middle East to the conflict that has created a refugee crisis and spawned Islamic State
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97 Hours of Consensus: Climate change is coming. If you want to know what it looks like, just look at the Midwest right now. Its drought; its heat. Warmer temperatures dont mean barbecues and tank tops. It means drought; it means fire; it means suffering. --Andrew Dessler