How Sicily Is Tackling Wildfires Amid a Global Climate Crisis

Over the last 14 years, Sicily has reported more than half of Italy's wooden (and non-wooden) burned area. Throughout the world, fires have intensified over the last 20 years, with more than 1 billion acres—or 11 percent—of tree cover lost. This not only affects biodiversity and human settlements close by. The greenhouse gasses emitted exacerbate the current climate crisis. Natalia Torres Garzon reports. Photography by Antonio Cascio.

U.S. Air Force personnel from the 576th Flight Test Squadron Missile Handling Team install a cable raceway on an intercontinental ballistic missile at Vandenberg Air Force Base, California / credit: U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Jonathan Snyder

Biden’s Broken Promise to Avoid War with Russia May Kill Us All

The United States and NATO's escalating war with Russia in Ukraine has raised the danger of nuclear war to a level that U.S. President Joe Biden has compared to the 1962 Cuban missile crisis. Medea Benjamin and Nicolas J.S. Davies explore how Biden and his allies have made decisions to keep escalating the war, despite the danger that the Ukraine conflict will lead to nuclear war.