Impacts
Talks to revise water-use agreements are set to begin later this year as river flows shrink. The fate of the humpback chub helps explain the challenge.

The world could see annual global temperatures pass a key threshold for the first time in the coming five years, the U.N. weather agency says.

The increased attention to systemic racism and the urgency of climate change has made for a unique opportunity.

Activists and residents are pushing for the Seattle City Council to create a new tree ordinance that will protect more trees.

Record-breaking rains this week in the country’s southernmost main island, which have killed 62, have shown the vulnerability of people living in nursing homes.
The species was declared critically endangered on Thursday, with fewer than 450 left.
The report found White House pressure led to NOAA’s rebuke of forecasters who contradicted Mr. Trump’s inaccurate claim that Hurricane Dorian would hit Alabama.
The Unity Task Force climate recommendations are a huge improvement on policy proposals last election cycle. Now what?

Sámi families in the Tarvantovaara wilderness area fear mining will destroy their indigenous way of life.

Habitat for alpine-adapted plants and animals is slowly disappearing, squeezed between advancing tree line and inhospitable summits.

South America has experienced an "unprecedented" increase in extreme weather events over the past century, according to a new analysis of 600 years of tree-ring records.

Areas with natural buffers from the effects of climate change could play a vital role in conservation efforts. New research helps to better understand them.
On a warming planet, heat hurts communities of color more. But Phoenix is finding ways to cool down.
The island has had to weather a hurricane, a political crisis and earthquakes, but those crises did not lead to the widespread unemployment caused by the response to the coronavirus pandemic.
The drinking water is polluted and sometimes the water pressure is too low to flush the toilet. They’re not alone.

Concerned about trees' slow migration patterns, some ecologists are spreading seeds themselves. Critics fear they are playing God.

The St. Charles Parish Council has given the green light to more than $1.2 million in new drainage and sewerage master plans.

Climate change, a supply of seals to eat and effective conservation in the United States are all possible explanations for the apparent increase in great white sharks in Atlantic Canada, according to a newly published paper in the Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences.

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