The category four hurricane that devastated regions of Mexico and the United States was largely impacted by climate change and variations from El Niño.
Can climate change get any worse from here? Scientists present some good news and bad news about where we are at in a September study.
Recovery after Hurricane Ian, which killed dozens in Cuba and the U.S., will be arduous as climate change continues to be a main player.
Hurricane Ian, one of the five most powerful U.S. hurricanes, killed dozens and cost billions, all with climate change in the background.
September saw a heat wave in the West, a storm surge in Alaska, and Hurricane Fiona in the Caribbean, stemming from overall unpreparedness.
While heat waves, floods, and wildfires occupied climate advocates this summer, the lack of hurricane dialogue was just as evident.
This summer marks the third longest gap between named tropical storms in the Atlantic Ocean since the '95. Is this year just an exception?
Community leaders urged government officials to incorporate equity and diversity in extreme weather management during a climate briefing.
The only tropical forest in the U.S. houses endangered species and sources half of the water supply for the San Juan metro area.
Climate migration disproportionately affects developing countries in the Global South, but is also increasingly prevalent in the U.S.