Grazing regions are at risk from fluctuating rainfall — study
Nearly half of the world's pastureland is experiencing notable changes in precipitation, driving up the risk to grazing and herding communities around the world, according to data collected by a team of U.S., Australian and Brazilian scholars.
White House plan erodes oversight in floodplains
The Trump administration believes the federal environmental review process for building new infrastructure in floodplains is redundant, duplicative and inconsistent.
Highway Admin website says climate's a problem. So we asked
The Federal Highway Administration has operated with a mandate to identify the risks that climate change and extreme weather have had on transportation systems since 2014.
Are you an extrovert? The climate might have played a part
European chroniclers of post-Civil War America were among the first to popularize the regional stereotypes of hot-blooded Southerners and ice-cold Yankees.
There's a big 'gap' in planning for warming — report
The toll of climate change on American communities is increasingly clear as wildfires, floods, droughts and extreme temperatures put more urban and rural areas under environmental, fiscal and managerial stress.