Even small concentrations of smoke pollution from wildfires can be harmful to human health.
The number of days a year that mosquitoes can transmit disease is increasing in much of the U.S.
The number of consecutive hot summer days, or heat streaks, is increasing in much of the U.S.
The number of extremely hot summer days is increasing in much of the U.S., and with it, the risk of heat-related illness.
Summers are getting hotter and this is coming with a cost — cooling demand.
Summer is the season with the most obvious climate change impact — extreme heat.
Climate change is affecting the frost-free season in these cities, which also affects the allergy season.
Warming temperatures combined with drought conditions are major factors for the increase in wildfires.