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Clean Energy Keeps the Lights on in Michigan

Expert BlogMichiganSamantha Williams
The electricity supply crunch during summers and other extreme weather is solvable if we confront it head-on with smart solutions in the coming months.

Extreme Weather and COVID-19: Protecting Our Responders

Expert BlogUnited StatesTeniope Adewumi-Gunn
Climate-fueled extreme weather disasters have not stopped during this pandemic. At the forefront are professional responders and volunteers who bear the brunt of these two converging crises.

Climate Change Threatens Health

OverviewUnited States, InternationalKim Knowlton
Climate change is one of the most serious public health threats facing the nation, but few people are aware of how it can affect them. Children, the elderly, and communities living in poverty are among the most vulnerable.

Building a Climate-Resilient Grid

Expert BlogUnited StatesChristy Walsh

Record heat and drought are raising the risks of summer brownouts. To limit these climate risks in the future, Congress must act and speed up investments in a clean and resilient electricity system.