Climate perils for disabled people lack attention — experts
People with physical disabilities are among the most vulnerable to climate change, yet scant attention has been paid to their unique challenges, according to a letter published in the journal Science.
Richer places add armor, sand. People in poorer ones leave
Storm surge and rising seas threaten homes across coastal communities. But a community's response to those risks is influenced by multiple factors, including geography, property values, socioeconomic status and racial diversity.
This Southern candidate for mayor ran on climate and won
A surge of young voters propelled Democrat Indya Kincannon to victory in the race for mayor of Knoxville, Tenn., proving that a progressive platform on the environment is not a campaign killer in red states across the South and Midwest.
King tides break records along the Atlantic Coast
Atlantic Coast communities face higher flood risk this fall as unusually high tides push seawater into low-lying coastal areas, threatening tens of millions of people and billions of dollars in infrastructure.
Climate rises as an issue in some red-state mayoral races
Indya Kincannon is running for mayor of Knoxville, Tenn., on a platform focused on climate change, renewables and energy efficiency.