By Andrew Satter, Guest Blogger on September 11, 2013
Even the traditionally wetter Northwest is seeing an increase in wildfires. Think Progress got a tour of the damage caused by a recent fire and talked to local officials about what it all means for Oregon.
By Kiley Kroh on September 5, 2013
Coloradans overwhelmingly believe in climate change and support efforts to address it, but the state's Republican politicians are far behind.
By Joanna M. Foster on September 4, 2013
A new report from the National Wildlife Federation puts a magnifying glass on fresh water, climate change, and the most well-known denizens of lakes and waterways - fish.
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By Tom Steyer, Guest Blogger on September 3, 2013
Many of us are unaware that wildfires threaten our drinking water and our power supplies, more examples of the many unforeseen hazards of climate change.
By Annie-Rose Strasser on September 3, 2013
Congress's failure to fund the US Forest Service's brush-clearing efforts might have intensified the latest wildfire to tear through California,according to a report Reuters released over the weekend.
By Katie Valentine on August 26, 2013
Dry weather and strong winds have fueled the fire, one of the largest in California's history.
By Katie Valentine on August 23, 2013
The agency has spent $967 million this year so far fighting wildfires, marking the second year in a row it has had to divert funds for wildfires.
By Joanna M. Foster on August 19, 2013
The Beaver Creek Fire in Idaho continues to rage while major media outlets fail to acknowledge the climate change link.
By Katie Valentine on August 15, 2013
Coast redwoods and Giant Sequoias have been growing at their fastest rates since the 1970s, but scientists warn the trend may not continue.
By Josh Israel on August 14, 2013
Arizona Republicans Flake, McCain, and Gosar all voted against emergency relief funding after Sandy but are vocally complaining that FEMA is not doing enough to aid their state.