by Ari Phillips Jul 28, 2014
Climate change isn't always catastrophic, it can also be a nuisance.
by Jeff Spross Jul 21, 2014
City planners are grappling with many of the threats and possibilities for mitigating them, from streets that can double as canals to underground cisterns and floating buildings.
by Jeff Spross Jul 18, 2014
After a letter from ten Florida scientists asked Gov. Rick Scott (R-FL) for a meeting to discuss climate change, Scott's Democratic rival agreed to see them. Now Scott has agreed as well.
by Jeff Spross Jul 16, 2014
If you’re not a scientist, presumably you should listen to people who are when grappling with climate change.
by Joe Romm Jul 14, 2014
If the waters are rising around you, and your current course of action must inevitably lead to your total inundation and death, is that “drowning”? Common sense says, yes -- which means Miami and the Everglades and all of South Florida are drowning.
by Katie Valentine Jul 9, 2014
"Why in the world would anyone want to have a critical electrical facility that produces power for the entire region -- not just Oxnard -- within the coastal flooding zone?"
by Ari Phillips Jul 1, 2014
Kiribati is the first country to actually purchase land in another country as a hedge against climate change.
by Ari Phillips Jun 10, 2014
Dust in Greenland's massive ice sheet is gathering more heat and speeding up the melting of a major driver of sea level rise.
by Emily Atkin Jun 9, 2014
Florida also happens to be one of the most vulnerable places to climate change in the United States.
by Katie Valentine Jun 3, 2014
The two states will soon be building barriers, levees, and breakwaters to help protect their coastlines against storm surge and sea level rise.