A new map displays the effect of a 10-foot sea-level rise on U.S. coastal areas. Spoiler alert: Miami and Boston do not look good.
Kansas grasslands are burning, and these controlled burns will help preserve the prairies. Continue reading →
The New Madrid fault didn't die in the 19th century, scientist warn, and still menaces states in the middle of the country. Continue reading →
U.S. Drought Monitor statistics show that approximately half of the contiguous U.S. now suffers some degree of drought. Continue reading →
President Obama announces wide-ranging executive action to cut carbon pollution. Continue reading →
Good news and bad news for carbon pollution: Russia and Europe are leading successful reduction efforts, but the United States has shown an increase in carbon dioxide emissions.
The United States' Department of Defense needs to know more about how climate change affects global security, recommends the department's science advisers.
Nearly 47 percent of the country suffers under drought conditions according to the U.S. Drought Monitor. If only the contiguous 48 states are considered, the figure jumps to approximately 56 percent.
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