Doctors who work in Arizona and Nevada burn centers are warning of injuries from contact with super-heated roadways and other surfaces as the first extreme heat wave of the year extends across the U.S.

As California's population grows, water shortages deepen, and the impacts of climate change intensify, the effort to restore a river and its fish is an expensive and resource-intensive gamble.

In order to maintain American's year-round demand for salad, more growers are looking into moving delicate crops like baby greens indoors.
Regulators have asked residents to start conserving energy after demand hit a June record just one week into the month.

When Patti Poppe took the reins of PG&E Corp. in January, she assumed a sobering double challenge: rehabilitating one of the most criminally convicted companies in U.S. history while confronting climate change.

Thousands of farms and water agencies that rely on flows from California's vast delta watershed are being told to stop drawing water from its rivers and creeks because there's not enough to go around.

If you try to think of somewhere calm and peaceful, you might conjure up an image of an idyllic sandy beach. But in South India, many of its much-loved beaches are anything but secure.
The unparalleled genetic diversity found at critical crops’ origin sites can help breeders create drought and heat-resilient varieties.
Some of the senators blocking climate policy represent states struggling with drought and wildfire.

America's Western states are burning - again. After an extremely dry 2020 and a spring heatwave, fires are blazing across the Southwest.

‘This is a disaster. Get your crap together’, say angry residents in the Lone Star state.

A hot weather pattern amplified by a climate change-exacerbated drying trend has fueled the intense heat in much of the Western U.S.

Last week, a local underwater surveying company was testing equipment at Folsom Lake, about 30 miles north-east of Sacramento, when sonar revealed something unexpected.

Coffee and chocolate supplies in Europe soon could be disrupted by the climate crisis as droughts hit producer countries, according to a study.

A recent study found that there are no global trends that would suggest that climate change is having a uniform impact on harmful algal blooms throughout the world, although this is a commonly held belief.

Scientists studied charcoal layers in the sediment of lake beds across the Rockies to track fires over time. They found increasing fire activity as the climate warmed.
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