Storming the Wall

Storming the Wall
Climate Change, Migration, and Homeland Security





"Todd Miller interviewed on A Worldview Apart podcast"
Nov 13, 2017

"Todd Miller interviewed on the Trailblaise podcast by Blaise Scemama."
Oct 19, 2017

Todd Miller is interviewed by Blaise Scemama on the Trailblaise podcast.


"In the Era of Climate Change, Militarized Borders Reinforce an Unjust World Order"
Sep 28, 2017

An excerpt from Storming the Wall published in Truthout.
 


"Neto's Tucson: Local author links climate change, migration, border militarization"
Sep 24, 2017

Todd Miller interviewed for Arizona Daily Star.


"Checkpoint Trauma: An excerpt from Storming the Wall appears in Tucson Weekly"
Sep 21, 2017

"Storming the Wall: Miller's book documents growing border crackdowns on climate refugees"
Sep 14, 2017

Todd Miller interviewed for Tucson Weekly.


"'The Border Industrial Complex, Todd Miller interviewed on KPFA Radio"
Sep 12, 2017

"Todd Miller interviewed in Texas Observer August issue"
Aug 14, 2017

"In Todd Miller's prescient new book, Storming the Wall: Climate Change, Migration, and Homeland Security, the Tucson journalist and author travels the globe to document how climate disasters are uprooting people from their homes. Miller visits the Philippines in the wake of 2013's devastating Typhoon Haiyan, as well as Central America and other global hot spots, documenting a rapidly changing world of rising sea levels, melting ice caps and border walls guarded by machine gun-toting men. He walks on a pilgrimage with climate activists to the United Nations’ climate summit in Paris, where a former Filipino negotiator turned activist tells Miller a grassroots movement is the only solution to push wealthier nations to act: 'Solidarity is not an alternative, it is not an option, it is our only chance.’"––Melissa del Bosque


Kirkus Reviews
Jul 12, 2017

"A well-researched and grim exploration of the connections between climate change and the political hostility toward the refugees it creates. Journalist and activist Miller expands on his earlier focus on U.S.–Mexico border controversies with an alarming catalog of climatological effects on population movements, surveillance, violence, and other current issues. . . . A galvanizing forecast of global warming's endgame and a powerful indictment of America's current stance."


"An Interview with Author Todd Miller on Climate Change and Migration"
Oct 11, 2016
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