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‘Sunny-day flooding’ is projected to put parts of the US underwater for at least 100 days per year. Here’s what the Gulf and East c...
Tidal flooding is becoming more frequent as sea levels rise. It's expected to get much worse, especially along the US' Gulf and East coasts.
Hurricane Barry is hitting Louisiana as the first hurricane of 2019. Here’s why storms are getting stronger, slower, and wetter.
Hurricane Barry is moving over the Louisiana coast. Here's how climate change is making storms stronger, wetter, and more frequent.
Free shipping is horrible for the environment — but one of fast fashion’s rising stars is showing the industry that convenience doesn̵...
Reformation is offsetting all emissions from the new program — including lesser-known gases like nitrogen oxide and sulphur dioxide.
Over 20 per cent of the world's cities are expected to experience never-before-seen climate conditions in 2050, with the majority of these located in the tropics.
Planting trees could make a huge dent in our growing climate crisis. But we’d need to cover an area the size of the US, starting right now.
Tree-planting could be an impactful way to mitigate global warming, but it wouldn't fix the problem on its own.
Last month was the hottest June ever recorded in Earth’s history, with temperatures nearly 20 degrees Fahrenheit above average
A severe heat wave ravaged Europe last month during what was the hottest June ever recorded, according to a European satellite agency.
Gen Z Republicans are ready to force America to address climate change as a reality instead of a myth
Gen Z is leading the movement to address climate change, as young people on the right and left demand the government take action.
Ocean temperatures have gotten so high that mussels are ending up cooked in their natural habitat. Heat waves have blanketed the globe this summer.
‘Today is the hottest day in the history of France’: Europe’s hellish heat wave is caused by a high-pressure weather system unlike a...
France and Spain, among other nations, are experiencing a record-breaking heat wave this week. The cause is an abnormal high-pressure weather system.
The first Democratic debates are this week in Miami, a city that faces a constant threat from rising sea levels and temperatures.