12 summer reads that will keep you turning the pages
An invasive, drought-tolerant grass is spreading across the Sonoran desert, increasing the risk of wildfires.
Zhengzhou received more than a year’s worth of rain on July 20.
An aggregation of especially worthwhile reporting on extent of changes making the Arctic unlike anything history long has known it to be.
Some Oregonians whose homes burned in the September 2020 Almeda fire are still living in hotels.
The worst floods in decades reflect the intensified rainfalls of a warming climate.
A tribal citizen of the Red Lake Nation applies lived experiences, passion, drive, and vision for a future not burdened by global warming impacts.
Anthropocene Alliance helps amplify the voices of people experiencing extreme weather.
And the risk to hikers in the canyon’s interior is growing as the climate warms.
As greenhouse gases shuffle the atmospheric deck, where and when twisters happen is changing.
Learn more about the climate crisis, from causes to solutions.
EYE ON THE STORM
Projected increased warmth threatens annual Islamic pilgrimage to Muslims’ most holy city; this year's July 17-22 Hajj may have dangerous levels of heat stress.
North America, the U.S., and Africa had their hottest June on record.
If verified, the 130 degrees Fahrenheit (54.4°C) reading at the Furnace Creek Visitor's Center on Friday, July 9, 2021, would be Earth's highest reliably measured temperature.
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Compared to the pollution generated by fossil fuels, wind energy has the advantage.
If you’re interested in helping the environment, consider one of these careers.
Some economists say that meeting the goals of the Paris agreement will make global poverty worse. But that argument ignores some stark realities.
‘Net zero 2050’ is a keystone of efforts to combat climate change, but without real and perceived equity and justice – including unprecedented public finance commitments – it’s just a risky gambit.
Air pollution from burning fossil fuels causes over 50,000 U.S. deaths and $445 billion in economic damage annually.