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'We All Live in Fear': How Climate Change Is Devastating to Refugees

In Somaliland, a crippling drought has driven many women and children from their rural villages and into dangerous and overcrowded refugee camps.
Alice Rowsome
4.8.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Last Year Was the Hottest Damn Year in Recorded History

Just like 2014 and 2015.
Brian Moylan
1.18.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Last Month Was the Hottest Month on Record and It's Only Getting Hotter

Is it hot in here or what? The answer is a resounding and scientifically backed-up "yes."
Carlton Férment
5.16.16
The VICE Guide to Right Now

A Starving Sea Lion Dragged Itself to a San Diego Restaurant Booth

The eight-month-old pup didn't get any service, but restaurant owners called SeaWorld's Animal Rescue Center and carers are "cautiously optimistic" about her recovery.
Brian McManus
2.5.16
daily vice

We Check Out LA's Uber for Gyms on Today's 'Daily VICE'

We also investigate the world of captive cheetah breeding and examine how Ecuador's shrimp industry could once again be ravaged by the devastating weather of El Niño.
VICE Staff
1.11.16
News

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Evacuations due to flooding have begun in Missouri, the US spied on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and J-Law hates New Year's Eve.
VICE Staff
12.30.15
Stuff

A Look at Indonesian President Joko Widodo's Efforts to Stamp Out Corruption

He went into office promising to modernize Indonesia. How has he fared in his first 15 months?
Royce Kurmelovs
11.13.15
Stuff

Perth is Sucking Up Its Groundwater and Sinking Into a Hole

Not as fast as Mexico City, but fast enough for people to be talking about it.
Royce Kurmelovs
11.4.15
Art

The 'Rain Room' Arrives Where Rain Is Scarce: LA

It never rained in Southern California, until now.
Tanja M. Laden
10.31.15
How Scared Should I Be?

How Scared Should I Be of El Niño?

Here in Los Angeles, rain can be scary.
Mike Pearl
10.22.15
Stuff

We Asked an Expert What the 2015 El Niño Will Mean for Australia

The largest El Niño in close to two decades is currently developing in the Pacific Ocean.
Ian Thomas Ackerman
9.9.15
News

How Climate Change Will Be a Disaster for Australia

From bushfires to falling food production and public transport breakdowns, Australia will be one of the most affected countries in the world.
Denham Sadler
1.30.15
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