Trees have widespread climate benefits, from lowering cooling costs to reducing our carbon footprint.
See how trees in these cities are improving air quality, reducing flood risks, and offsetting carbon emissions.
Cool, crisp fall nights signal the end to bug, allergy, and growing season. See how fall nightly temperatures are trending in these U.S. citie…
Freshwater fishing has a major impact on the U.S. economy, and a changing climate is altering fish habitats and behaviors.
Warming streams, rivers, and lakes from climate change are taking a toll on recreational fishing.
Most U.S. cities have experienced an increase in the average number of mosquito disease danger days each year. El Paso's increase was larger t…
Climate change is causing a change in location of disease-carrying mosquitoes as the world warms, likely leading to a significant public healt…
Rising costs from flooding and erosion are prompting Americans, military bases and government agencies to opt for more natural alternatives.…
Golf courses are adapting to climate change by researching, developing, and installing turfgrasses that are more tolerant of extremes.
See the trends in minimum and maximum summer temperatures on this map.
A family of key pollinators— hummingbirds — are at risk from climate change.
When you think about extreme weather events, you may not think of drought.
Longer frost-free seasons mean longer allergy seasons, a trend impacting all regions of the country.
Climate change is affecting the frost-free season in these cities, which also affects the allergy season.
Before the end of this century, the cherry blossoms in Washington, D.C. may bloom a month earlier on average than they do today.
The famous cherry blossoms in Washington, D.C. are blooming earlier in our changing climate.
Milder, shorter winters from climate change are messing with fruit trees’ winter rest cycle, potentially reducing production and impacting l…
This is the average date of the first freeze in your city.
The U.S. growing season is getting longer (and that’s not necessarily a good thing).
With climate change, fall is trending warmer across the U.S.