September saw a heat wave in the West, a storm surge in Alaska, and Hurricane Fiona in the Caribbean, stemming from overall unpreparedness.
With major news outlets downplaying the impact of climate change on summer heat, it is imperative this trend reroutes.
Global heat waves this July have led to health issues, casualties, and more. Is the media taking these events seriously enough?
Experts on food and climate discuss solutions for food and water crises as well as tips for journalists at a Covering Climate Now press briefing.
The average temperature for summers in “urban heat islands” will continue to rise due to greenhouse emissions and La Niña patterns.
Climbing temperatures, heat warnings and advisories, and active wildfires across the U.S. start summer off on a sweltering start.
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A blip over 1.5°C in a single year does not mean we failed our goals, and year-to-year averages are not necessarily measuring climate change.
The draft opinion of SCOTUS to overturn Roe v. Wade's precedent sparks conversations connecting climate change and reproductive health.
The internet is flooded with alarmist headlines. But within the articles themselves lies the real story — often told in more rational terms.