Climate Justice Is Reproductive Justice
A series by Nexus Media News about how climate change affects reproductive health.
When Superstorm Sandy hit in October 2012, Celia Sporer-Newman was about eight months pregnant and working full-time as a paramedic in Queens, New York. Sporer-Newman
When Jamika Jones was pregnant with her son earlier this year, her mother worried about her drinking water from the tap. Jones lives in Milwaukee,
As Hurricane Ian approached southern Florida in late September, Tifanny Burks got a call from a recent client. A single mother of three, including an
Climate change is a women’s issue. Women are far more likely to be displaced by climate disasters and are more vulnerable to the economic shocks
Esther McCant, a doula in Miami, has visited clients in sweltering apartments without air conditioning. She has seen them exhausted from long days working on