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Today, I saw something I have been waiting 5 years to see from this article in Science Magazine: Study says large-scale solar and wind installations in Sahara and Sahel could supply all of Earth’s electricity needs and then some: Extensive renewables development there would raise local nighttime temperatures while increasing rainfall and growth of vegetation,...
  This is GOOD NEWS:   A federal appeals court Wednesday rejected the Trump administration’s attempt to dismiss a lawsuit filed by a group of kids who want to force the government to do more to fight climate change. The San Francisco-based Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit ruled that it would be premature...
It seems that a second Native Tribe is going to have to be located. First it was the Alaskan Kivalina, whose Island was not so much destroyed by sea level rise, but through loss of Sea Ice. The frozen Sea Ice normally surrounds the Island in the Winter and Spring months, during times of stormy...

About P.R.A.E.R.

“Those who have the least to do with climate change are the ones suffering first and the greatest.”  – Wade M. Norris

P.R.A.E.R. is the acronym for Program for Relocating Environmental Refugees.

Since 2008, Wade M. Norris has been documenting and advocating for housing, financial aid, and relocation support for environmental refugees and indigenous communities in low lying islands across the globe who risk being displaced (or have already been displaced) by climate change and sea level rise.