The category four hurricane that devastated regions of Mexico and the United States was largely impacted by climate change and variations from El Niño.
Turkey and Syria’s fragile infrastructure combines multiple layers of dismissal on the region’s vulnerability to earthquakes.
Winter Storm Elliot in December brings up the question of whether the label of "once-in-a-generation" weather events are accurate or not.
Last week, Turkey experienced the strongest earthquakes in the area in almost a century, causing over 20,000 casualties. What can aid future disaster recovery?
Salt marshes absorb carbon, filter pollution and act as buffers against natural disasters, but they are threatened by sea level rise and more.
Professors and advocates speak about how LGBTQIA+ communities experience great rates of homelessness and health issues due to heat risk.
After every extreme weather event, tweets and headlines suggest climate change played a role. How does this process actually work?
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.
Community leaders urged government officials to incorporate equity and diversity in extreme weather management during a climate briefing.
The leaked Roe v. Wade draft opinion has renewed interest in the impact of climate change on women’s health across the globe.