by Natasha Geiling Jun 3, 2015
Ongoing drought combined with little precipitation means the 2015 fire season could be rough for the Western United States.
by Katie Valentine Apr 2, 2015
In total, the earth lost 69,500 square miles of forests in 2013, a chunk about twice the size of Portugal.
by Emily Atkin Feb 10, 2015
Australia's 2013 heatwave set new national daily average maximum temperature records as high as 118°F.
by Tom Kenworthy Jan 7, 2015
The agency, however, made zero mention of how the effort would help the fight against climate change.
by Emily Atkin Sep 12, 2014
Washington Governor Jay Inslee is asking for federal funds to assist families who lost their homes.
by Katie Valentine Sep 5, 2014
A new mapping project illustrates forest loss and gain around the world.
by Jeff Spross Aug 25, 2014
Wildfire activity in the Northwest Territories is more than six times higher than its 25-year average, and as of August 23 a total of 162 wildfires were burning in British Columbia.
by Katie Valentine Aug 19, 2014
The wildfire is the third in a year to burn near Yosemite.
by Ari Phillips Aug 11, 2014
While the politics and mechanisms of funding wildfire suppression have been the main confusion underlying the season thus far a new study gives insight into a little-known element of wildfires' impact: brown carbon.
by Jeff Spross Aug 6, 2014
"While no single wildfire can be said to be caused by climate change, climate change has been making the fire season in the U.S. longer and on average more intense," says a new White House video.