- Rob Jordan-Stanford
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COLUMBIA - When Sherry Miller moved to Columbia from New Jersey, the heavy pollen in the air here triggered her asthma and sent her to the emergency room three times in a matter of months. In the 14 years since, she says the allergy issues she battles have gotten worse.
As a tour guide on the Eastern Shore’s Harriet Tubman Byway, Alex Green has an up-close view of historic landmarks associated with the iconic abolitionist.
At the end of July, 40% of the 4,000-year-old Milne Ice Shelf, located on the north-western edge of Ellesmere Island, calved into the sea.Canada’s last fully intact ice shelf was no more.
A new UN report says the world needs to rapidly raise investment in early warning systems for extreme weather events
Extreme weather events have increased dramatically in the past 20 years, taking a heavy human and economic toll
A few things happened around that time that might have made prospective home buyers more worried about climate risk, Dr. Keys said. An international report the previous year highlighted the risks of extreme weather events. After that report came out, Google searches in Florida for “sea level rise” spiked.
“We were getting a little nervous,” he said. So on July 30, they removed the last remaining equipment from the ice.
California energy officials said extreme heat fueled by climate change, and poor planning, led to the state’s rolling blackouts in mid-August.
A second term could set Trumpism in concrete.In the middle of a devastating pandemic, recurring nationwide protests and a bitter presidential election
Forty years ago a public inquiry was held into a plan to build a forklift truck factory on the flood plain of the River Ouzel in Bedfordshire;experts were called in to assess the increased risk to nearby properties if the project went ahead.
Obama’s initiative would have reduced power sector emissions by a third. Under Trump’s plan, they’d fall by less than 1 percent.
A federal court on Thursday struck down an Obama-era regulation targeting methane leaks from drilling on public lands, arguing that it went beyond the scope of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), which promulgated the rule.
The latest greenhouse gas emissions data released on Friday were a mixture of some good news combined with the sorrow of how far we have to go and how much time we have wasted.
In Florida, officials fear widespread confusion when stay-at-home policies conflict with evacuation orders, and they worry about coronavirus spreading in shelters.
Britain’s most powerful business leaders have called on Boris Johnson to set out economic recovery plans that align with the UK’s climate goals to help rebuild a resilient UK economy in the wake of the coronavirus crisis.
If state and local governments could figure out how to better protect their residents from disasters, the logic went, then the country could avoid spending billions of dollars each year rebuilding homes and cities just to watch them crumble again in the next storm.
More than 200 top UK firms and investors are calling on the government to deliver a Covid-19 recovery plan that prioritises the environment.
Fierce fires that have lain dormant for months are igniting once again across the Arctic region.
A study of seafloor ripples suggests that ice shelves can retreat six miles per year, a quantum increase over today’s rates.
Solar energy has fallen in cost faster than experts predicted. How did electricity from photovoltaic panels get so cheap?
The Cop26 negotiations in Glasgow, UK, are likely to be held a full year later than planned, to allow time to bring the coronavirus pandemic under control
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