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In 2005, Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast, killing nearly 2,000 people. Has the U.S. improved how it responds to such disasters?
Scientists have figured out a way to convert carbon dioxide into valuable carbon nanofiber material. Could the scheme be scaled up to tackle CO2 in our atmosphere?
Disappearing wetlands, rising seas and terrible hurricanes. Is there any hope for the Big Easy? Researchers say yes, definitely yes.
One spectacular toxic mine waste leak in Colorado is just the tip of the proverbial iceberg. Continue reading →
What role climate change may have played in Hurricane Katrina and other storms is difficult to answer, even 10 years later. Continue reading →
Teams from the National Hurricane Center capture images of Tropical Storm Erika from all angles in these photos.
The increasing speed of melting glaciers in Greenland is leading to rising sea levels that threaten coastal communities from Florida to Thailand.
There's still some uncertainty, but Tropical Storm Erika could strengthen and end Florida's hurricane drought. Continue reading →
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