The New Republic Staff

The Flooding of America
August 28, 2015

Hurricane Katrina was not the first time a lack of foresight has caused flooding to disproportionately affect low-resource communities in the United States.

How Homeowners on the Jersey Shore Are Making Their Houses Hurricane-Ready
August 25, 2015

These houses look a bit less Jersey and a bit more Southeast Asia.

The Database of the Dead
August 13, 2015

The Social Security Administration maintains a database of everyone who has died since 1936. Are you in it?

The Next Frontier of Climate Change DC
July 01, 2015

As climate change becomes an increasingly global issue, international leaders will have to work together to embrace meaningful climate action policies. How are cities at home and abroad engaging with their communities to respond to the impacts of climate change and approach climate legislation?

The New Republic’s Campaign for Marriage Equality
June 26, 2015

Today's Supreme Court decision was a very, very long time coming.

The Next Frontier of Climate Change: State and Local Action in Virginia
April 10, 2015

State and local politicians, especially those whose communities have suffered from the recent spike in extreme weather events, have been far quicker than Congress to embrace meaningful climate change policies.

WATCH: What Can Cities and States Do About Climate Change? A New Republic Forum.
March 31, 2015

State and local politicians, especially those whose communities have suffered from the recent spike in extreme weather events, have been far quicker than Congress to embrace meaningful climate change policies.

Majestic Images of Icebergs That Won't Survive Climate Change
November 24, 2014

Global warming has put these beautiful natural monuments in danger. 

Woolf, Updike, and Nabokov: The Best Letters to the Editor in New Republic History
November 23, 2014

Plus: Michael Kinsley, Warren Buffett, and Feliz Frankfurther—they all wrote to The New Republic.

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