Past racist practice fuels climate woes today — research
Groundbreaking research on the intersection of climate change and segregation reveals how racist banking practices banned by Congress 52 years ago continue to shape how black and lower-income Americans experience the effects of global warming.
EPA offers technical help to towns hit by warming
EPA aims to breathe new life into a climate software program designed to help small and midsize communities prepare for severe weather events associated with climate change.
Putin rejects human-caused warming, but Russia adapts anyway
Russia must adapt to the looming effects of climate change like illness from intensifying heat, stress on infrastructure and the melting of permafrost across its vast territory, the government said last week.
Warming cost the U.S. an extra $24B — research
Extreme weather associated with climate warming drove U.S. property losses $24 billion higher over the past 25 years than would have been expected under a more stable climate regime, according to new research from the American Academy of Actuaries.
Minn. Senate race presents stark differences on climate
Minnesota Sen. Tina Smith (D) has a clear position on climate change. Act big and act now.