If you tune into the U.S. Open golf championship this weekend, you may think you’re watching the Dubai Desert Classic. But the U.S. Golf Association wants you to know what you’re really seeing at Pinehurst #2 in North Carolina is the future of golf -- thanks to climate change.
California is in its third year of a record-setting drought, and in April every last inch of the state was classified as being in “moderate” to “exceptional” drought. A new study shows a way the Golden State can adapt.
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If we continue listening to the voices of denial and delay and disinformation, we'll assuring everyone ultimately becomes a veteran of the growing number of climate-related conflicts. Our most necessary fight today is a WWII-scale and a WWII-style effort to address the problem.
Large parts of the Southwest are drier than they were during the 1930s Dust Bowl. And the latest science says unrestricted carbon pollution will make this a near-permanent situation post-2050 in a growing portion of this country and around the world -- for a thousand years or more.