What the Numbers Tell Us About Tropical Storm Cindy
It’s hitting an area with a high concentration of Black people.
Will 100-Year Floods Become the Norm for Coastal Cities?
According to this study, yes—but only if “business-as-usual” carbon emissions continue.
Severe Flooding in the South Kills 2, Puts North Carolina County in State of Emergency
When a community floods, its people of color are often hit the hardest.
Two Recent Climate Change Studies Paint A Grim Picture
The manmade global catastrophe is already influencing extreme weather—and that includes in the Arctic, where sea ice is melting rapidly.
REPORT: '2016 Was the Warmest Year on Record' and More
The World Meteorological Organization’s annual report had a clear—and sobering—message.
Record Number of Floods Hit U.S. in 2016, Racking Up Global Natural Disaster Costs
The price marks a new high since records began in 1980.