Category - Extreme weather
Record number of billion-dollar disasters struck U.S. in 2020
Earth just had its hottest September on record
Ecosocialist Bookshelf, September 2020
Heatwaves are longer and more frequent, worldwide
Deadly combinations of heat and humidity increasing worldwide
By 2100, heat stress may affect over 1.2 billion people a year
Dystopia in the land of Oz: A climate change story
As climate crisis grows, temperatures set global records
Rich countries must pay for cyclone devastation in southern Africa
Scientists: Climate change causing heatwaves, droughts and floods
The climate report that Trump tried to bury
Arundhati Roy: The deadly flood in Kerala may be only a gentle warning
State of the Climate Report: It’s hot and getting hotter
Are tropical cyclones getting wetter and stronger?
Heatwaves can kill 27 ways, and climate change puts 74% of humanity at risk
Economic reconstruction, debt cancellation and self-determination in Puerto Rico!
Before Maria, forcing Puerto Rico to pay its debt was odious. Now, it’s pure cruelty.
How the ruling class remade New Orleans
One struggle: For social justice and against climate catastrophe
Hurricane Harvey and the Dialectics of Nature
Global climate broke multiple records in 2016; Extreme conditions continue in 2017
Heatwave frequency rises twice as fast in the poorest countries
Confirmed: 2015 set all-time heat records
Ecosocialist Bookshelf, August 2016
When the climate comes for you
Anthropocene heat, part 3: A one way street to climate hell
Katrina, militarization and climate change
The extraordinary communities that arise in disaster
Global warming stopped? Not in the real world.
Climate change drove extreme weather in 2013