Abrahm Lustgarten

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Reporter at ProPublica, a nonprofit that focuses on investigative journalism based in New York

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Climate change continues to threaten our natural world on an annual basis. Uninhabitable environments could cause the biggest migration in the US since the Great Migration.

Is climate change driving a wave of global migration?

Climate change continues to threaten our natural world on an annual basis. Uninhabitable environments could cause the biggest migration in the US since the Great Migration.

from Life Examined

California is still struggling to contain about two dozen major fires that have so far burned more than 3 million acres of the state.

Increased fires and floods could displace millions of Americans and reshape the country

California is still struggling to contain about two dozen major fires that have so far burned more than 3 million acres of the state.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

The Glen Canyon Dam is an enormous structure located near the Utah-Arizona border about twenty miles north of the Grand Canyon.

Drought and the Future of Colorado River's Great Dams

The Glen Canyon Dam is an enormous structure located near the Utah-Arizona border about twenty miles north of the Grand Canyon.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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from Press Play with Madeleine Brand