September saw a heat wave in the West, a storm surge in Alaska, and Hurricane Fiona in the Caribbean, stemming from overall unpreparedness.
This summer marks the third longest gap between named tropical storms in the Atlantic Ocean since the '95. Is this year just an exception?
The only tropical forest in the U.S. houses endangered species and sources half of the water supply for the San Juan metro area.
Hurricanes and tropical storms cause alarming damage. Why does climate change worsen these storms, and how can we minimize their destruction?
Seagrass absorbs carbon up to 35 times faster than a rainforest, making it a climate superhero. So why are its populations declining so fast?
How do we protect this 56 billion dollar Natural Wonder of the World from climate change, coastal development, and invasive species?
These special coastal trees provide fish nurseries, a buffer from storms, and a carbon sink that stores away 10% of current global emissions.
Ethan sits down with some producers and a researcher to discuss some behind the scenes aspects of The Sweaty Penguin.