Urgent action needed to prevent La. from sinking — report
As one of the most destructive hurricane seasons in U.S. history winds down this month, scientists and environmental groups are pressing policymakers to reverse wetland losses at the mouth of the Mississippi River.
States whacked by hurricanes among least prepared — report
Coastal states are failing to protect their shorelines and citizens from rising seas, even as scientists predict that millions of Americans could lose homes and businesses from tidal surges and tropical storms, according to a new study.
'More cohesive' warnings needed for emergencies — reports
Officials should revamp how they alert the public to weather emergencies and other risks posed by climate change, including better utilizing social media, according to new research.
The Red swallows towns, so they're building a new river
MINNEAPOLIS — Negotiations over one of most contentious flood control projects in North America began this week as competing states seek to strike a balance between protecting river communities and preserving habitat.
Homes worth almost $1T threatened by rising seas — Zillow
Nearly 2 million U.S. homes could be underwater in 80 years if oceans rise 6 feet or higher by 2100, according to a new analysis by the real estate research firm Zillow Group.