Beaches are bumming in states that reject warming
Nearly half of U.S. coastal and Great Lakes states are failing to address the effects of climate change on their beaches, according to a nonprofit group that has tracked coastal zone health for nearly two decades.
People living on mountains face avalanche of climate risks
Climate science tells us the world's coastal zones are in trouble from storm surges and sea-level rise. Food-producing regions are at risk of drought, disease and climate-hardy pests.
Survivors build bigger homes after storms
So much for managed retreat. Hurricanes have cleared the way for even bigger houses along the nation's battered coastlines.
Here's what warming does to Christmas trees
Christmas isn't Christmas without Christmas trees.
Film lets Pittsburgh talk back to Trump
As President Trump announced his decision to exit the Paris climate agreement in June 2017, he famously tried to co-opt Pittsburgh.