"Globally, fires play an important role in climate change, as they emit both aerosols and greenhouse gases into the atmosphere at accelerated rates. Though fire is crucial for the renewal of many ecosystems, it can be extremely devastating for ...
The U.S. government has released an authoritative assessment of climate science in the U.S., examining how we got to be living in the warmest time modern civilization has ever experienced.
Climate change is threatening one of the world's most beloved beverages: coffee. Rising temperatures could dry out crops, and create an environment ripe for new crop-killing diseases to spread. The effects could be devastating.
The city plans to install solar power at 14 affordable housing developments throughout the five boroughs, powering up to 6,600 households by 2025 at a low-cost and generating local jobs within the solar energy field.
A new of public health concern is coming to light: storm-related anxiety, stress and depression. What can we do?
Could climate change be eliminated from the EPA's website?
"The study found that the incremental changes advocated by governments may represent a missed opportunity to reduce greenhouse gas emissions beneath the levels needed to prevent 2°C of climate warming."
NewClimate Institute 's new report, "States, cities, and businesses leading the way: a first look at decentralized climate commitments in the US," breaks down commitments from major cities, states, and companies to reducing GHG emissions and ...
In the wake of Hurricane Irma, Harvey, and now Maria, The New York Times has some answers to your pressing climate questions, as in: What's with this wacky - if not horrifying - weather lately? How much do we really know?
A new analysis summarizes the larger trend of harmful climate change: "Since 1984, 4% of Oregon's land has burned per decade," Washington Post recalls of an EPA report from last summer. Today, the Pacific Northwest is experiencing more and more ...