Climate Change Nebraska


Environmental Racism: How Climate Change Disproportionately Impacts Communities of Color A legacy of racism leaves people of color most susceptible to climate change and environmental hazards By: Aila Ganić Advertisement from the Sierra Club’s Beyond Coal Campaign. Courtesy of the Sierra Club A mid-August sun beats down on a middle-aged roofer in South Omaha. He’s

Efforts to improve Nebraska’s soil may reduce the risks of climate change too By: Jenna McCoy Del Ficke has been called the “Walt Whitman of soils.” “I don’t know if that’s good or bad, but I like Walt Whitman,” he says. “So, what the hell?” Ficke does tend to wax poetically about the quality of

Climate Change Has US Military Bases in Its Bullseye Omaha’s Offutt Air Force Base takes direct hit from 2019 floods By: Kat Woerner Many buildings on the Southern half of Offutt Air Force Base, Nebraska experienced devastating flooding in March 2019. Photo by Tech. Sgt. Rachelle Blake Offutt Air Force Base helps protect the US