Impacts
Five Fremont County college students traveled to world’s highest peak to test climate sensors in partnership with historic all-Black expedition.
The Department of Human Services said 200 residential wells in southern Oregon have run dry and the number could double within the year
Environmentalists and many of their Democratic allies are preparing to focus on state capitals as the places to press for action on climate change — going back to a strategy they employed during the Trump era.
Across the continent, Indigenous peoples are methodically reasserting control over their land, laws, and how they live.
With prices for poultry and beef continuing to rise, the government should ease spending on meat and pay farmers to plant beans.
A community near Scottsdale, Arizona, is running out of water. Amid the finger-pointing, the real question is: how many developments will be next?

There were only nine days in Southwest Pennsylvania with more than 0.01 inches of rain. This was the least amount of rainy days in the month of June since 2012, which also had nine rainy days.

Nearly 5,000 people have been hospitalized amid one of the severest heat waves Japan has seen in over a century, with 37 million people in and around Tokyo told to conserve electricity in response to record-breaking temperatures that are straining the power grid.

A study directed by Daniele Tonina, an ecohydraulics professor at the University of Idaho, finds that spawning areas for Chinook salmon in Bear Valley Creek are disappearing due to slower rivers and lower water levels.

Australia’s bushfire season now lasts for 130 days a year and has lengthened by almost a month in the past four decades, according to new research.

Heavy rains. Less snow. Up to 60 days of extreme heat, every year by the end of the century. New Hampshire’s 2021 climate assessment, released Wednesday, paints a grim picture of the state’s future, unless greenhouse gas emissions are reduced.

Millennials and Gen Z have grown up on a different planet with tougher choices than their parents. Accepting that is the first step in avoiding despair.

This year, Oregon adopted the most stringent heat protections for outdoor workers in the country. The new standard has been praised by advocates, but industry is already pushing back.

Amid the climate crisis and unprecedented drought, we examine the industrial dairy industry’s impact on groundwater in the state, as well as on low-income residents, communities of color, and small-scale farms.
The last time Japan recorded consistently high temperatures in June was in 1875.
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