Minorities Face More Obstacles To Lifesaving Organ Transplants. Here’s How To Change That.

By Camilla Nonterah Patients who experience organ failure need a transplant to improve their odds of survival and to achieve a better quality of life. However, getting an organ transplant is often accompanied by several challenges, many of which can be attributed to factors like the state of an individual’s living circumstances, their economic status and […]

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Trump Deals Final Blow To Clean Power Plan, Obama’s Signature Climate Policy

The Trump administration dealt former President Barack Obama’s signature climate policy a death blow on Wednesday, finalizing its proposal to replace sweeping curbs on power station emissions with a lax mandate to upgrade equipment at old plants. The Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed Affordable Clean Energy, or ACE, rule grants states leeway to reduce carbon dioxide […]

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Democratic Voters Overwhelmingly Support Hosting A Climate Debate, Poll Finds

Democratic voters overwhelmingly support devoting one of the Democratic National Committee’s four televised presidential primary debates to climate change, according to a new poll. An online YouGov survey, commissioned by the left-leaning think tank Data for Progress, polled 1,030 registered voters over two days last week to ask if they’d “support or oppose setting side” […]

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Charlie Jane Anders Crosses The Divide

Photos by Texas Isaiah “I think that what we’re going to see,” science fiction author Charlie Jane Anders tells me, “is conflict over access to water.” We’re deep into a phone interview, and the topic of climate change has come up. As anyone who has read her work would expect, she’s bursting with predictions gleaned from […]

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