Dissents Matter but the World Is Still on Fire

Guest post by Lauren Sancken and Jen Marlow “We recite that we believe the children are our future, but we continue actions that could leave them a world with an environment on the brink of ruin and no mechanism to assert their rights or the rights of the...
Addressing Sanitation as a Climate Justice Issue

Addressing Sanitation as a Climate Justice Issue

EPA EJ Small Grant Trip Report Search for: Three Degrees Warmer received a small grant from the Environmental Projection Agency’s Environmental Justice Grants Program to train residents in Kivalina on how to operate the Kivalina Biochar Reactor, a nonsewered,...
Relocation Archive to Be Exhibited in Morocco

Relocation Archive to Be Exhibited in Morocco

Kivalina Archive Will Show at the Global Forum on Migration and Development 11th Summit Meeting in Marrakesh, Morocco Dec. 5–7, 2018 Search for: Kivalina is a 500-person Iñupiaq community in Northwest Alaska. One hundred years ago the U.S. federal government forcibly...
Relocation in the Alaskan Arctic

Relocation in the Alaskan Arctic

Relocation in the Alaskan Arctic. Search for: Three Degrees Warmer President Lauren Sancken and Executive Director Jen Marlow will be presenting their paper “Relocation in a Regulatory Void” about Kivalina’s climate displacement in the Alaskan Arctic...