Tue, Sep 19, 2023
Extreme heat impacts everything from individual health to national economies. Cities are especially vulnerable to this growing crisis, but there are solutions that can help them reduce the human and economic impacts of climate change.
Mon, Dec 12, 2022
AB 2238, the recently signed Californian bill, will create a heat wave categorization system by January 1, 2025.
Tue, Nov 22, 2022
After days of intense negotiations, it is clear how much work remains after COP27. As formal negotiations fell short of expected outcomes, the actors and leaders beyond the COP27 negotiation table led the way in climate action and hope.
Thu, Sep 9, 2021
This article explores the consequences of extreme heat on food systems. It provides examples of tools in the "toolbox of resilience solutions" we can implement to immediately safeguard farmers and the production of high-quality and ample food.
Mon, Sep 21, 2020
Kathy Baughman McLeod was interviewed on the Euromoney "Financing a Sustainable Planet" podcast series — listen to her clip.
Thu, Apr 16, 2020
In Miami, Sedano’s Supermarket partnered with local restaurants to employ up to 400 furloughed employees impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mon, Apr 13, 2020
The conventional wisdom holds that climate change is a problem for international organizations, big governments, and global corporations to solve. Only those major players can make a dent in global greenhouse gas emissions, the thinking goes, and only they can pool the necessary resources. Given the monumental scale of the coming climate crisis, anything short of such high-level mobilization seems inconsequential, even futile.
Wed, Apr 1, 2020
Until just a few weeks ago,