More extreme hot days and more flooding will mean economic, environmental and health consequences for the Garden State.
Flooding has encircled two nuclear power plants, and a wildfire is threatening a nuclear weapons lab. Is this what "nuclear" global warming looks like?
While the Miss. River flooding continues, drought in the Southwest is adding to the worst spring wildfire season in over a decade.
Floods in the Midwest and a new SolveClimate story are a reminder of nuclear power's vulnerability to climate change.
Extreme rainfall events, like the ones that have contributed to the recent Mississippi River floods, are increasing in the Upper Midwest.
The extreme weather events we are seeing today, such as flooding in Pakistan and the Russian heat wave, are theoretically possible with or without climate change. But climate change greatly increases the odds that extreme events will occur.