Sea level rising threaten Pacific Islands

On the Frontlines of Climate Change, Kiribati

by: The WILD

Kiribati, a tiny Pacific island about the size of New York City, is both “in the middle of nowhere and at the center of everything, including the climate change crisis.” Under siege from rising sea […]

Tags: Bernard Lagan, cholera, climate justice, Environment, Global Warming, Green, Human Rights, Kiribati, Migration, Mike Bowers, Pacific, sea level rise, sustainability, The Wild Magainze, Water, world
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The Antlers, Undersea

by: Stephanie Roush

It’s safe to say that in the past year The Antlers have become one of my favorite bands. Their music, though introverted, reflective, and sad, serves to remind their listeners of the raw emotions that all […]

Tags: album review, Burst Apart, music, Stephanie Roush, The Antlers, Undersea, Water, Wild Magazine

Ryan’s Well

by: Blaine Skrainka

Despite political stagnation, everyday people continue to seek solutions to our climate crisis. Ryan Hrejac, of Ontario, Canada, began his mission to battle global water shortages in developing nations through direct action, education, and inspiration, […]

Tags: Activism, Blaine Skrainka, China, Developing Nations, Environment, Global Water Shortage, Health, Horn of Africa, Ryan Hrejac, Ryan's Well, The Wild Magazine, Water, Water Crisis, world