Summerlike storms wreak unseasonable havoc from Great Lakes eastward.
Red wiggler worms can turn food scraps into compost.
The cars do not emit harmful tailpipe pollution.
Latinos are more likely than any other U.S. racial or ethnic group to worry about the problem.
People crossing into the U.S. from Mexico face extreme heat and dehydration.
But populations of animals that disperse plant seeds are declining.
An eddy is poised to break off from the Loop Current this summer, providing high heat content waters conducive for rapid intensification of hurricanes.
Renewable energy experiences in Europe help pave ways to meet energy equity goals for under-served communities.
The improvements enable people to save money and protect the climate.
With disasters occurring more frequently, more people are needed for clean-up and rebuilding.
Some valuable lessons learned: Listen first, speak second. Don’t just inform and educate … enable and engage. And apply those lessons at next opportunity.
Another top-10 warmest year on record is expected for the planet in 2022.