by Natasha Geiling Aug 27, 2015
Through a mix of water markets, efficiency measures, and groundwater pumping, California farmers have avoided the worst of the drought. But how long can these measures be sustained?
by Joe Romm Aug 27, 2015
Future Katrinas will become more and more devastating to New Orleans and the entire Gulf of Mexico. If we don’t tackle climate change ASAP, it is hard to see how New Orleans could survive the century.
by Katie Valentine Aug 27, 2015
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal doesn't want President Obama to mention climate change during his trip to New Orleans this week.
by Natasha Geiling Aug 26, 2015
A new study tried to replicate the findings of 38 climate contrarian studies, and found recurring mistakes throughout the research.
by Samantha Page Aug 26, 2015
A new study shows that a plan to decrease emissions backfired after "criminal" activity in Russia and Ukraine flooded the carbon credit market, resulting in 600 million metric tons of emissions.
A group of more than 100 protesters rallied in front of Secretary of State John Kerry's Georgetown home, urging him to stop the expansion of a cross-border pipeline.
by Katie Valentine Aug 25, 2015
People of all ages -- not just the elderly -- are more at risk of death and emergency room visits as the earth warms, a recent study has found.
by Josh Israel Aug 24, 2015
"The levee situation was worse than New Orleans in Sacramento before Katrina. Now it's of course worse."
by Natasha Geiling Aug 24, 2015
An intense wildfire season continues across the West, as state and federal agencies call for backup to battle the blazes.
by Joe Romm Aug 24, 2015
Climate Progress owes its existence to Hurricane Katrina. But it is only a decade after Katrina that we have actually seen anything resembling genuine "progress on climate" in the world.