What is Net Zero?

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What is Net Zero?

  • Published: Dec 2nd, 2020

To avoid worsening climate change impacts, we need to limit emissions, and that means getting to “Net Zero.”

New Presentation: Our Changing Climate

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New Presentation: Our Changing Climate

  • Published: Nov 25th, 2020

Climate Central presents a new outreach and education resource for meteorologists, journalists, and others—a climate change presentation, Our Changing Climate.

Winter Package

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Winter Package

  • Published: Nov 18th, 2020

Although cold weather still exists in a warming climate, the winter season has warmed across most of the U.S. since 1970—which has negative consequences.

Warming Seasons

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Warming Seasons

  • Published: Nov 11th, 2020

All of our seasons are feeling the impact of climate change, with winters warming the fastest across most of the country. Higher temperatures during the colder season can impact our crops, our health, and winter sports.

Expert Insight: Americans want more climate coverage

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Expert Insight: Americans want more climate coverage

  • Published: Nov 4th, 2020

Over the past five years, Americans have become much more concerned about climate change, and they want more reporting from us on local impacts and solutions.

Halloween Extremes & Warming October Nights

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Halloween Extremes & Warming October Nights

  • Published: Oct 28th, 2020

In the spirit of Halloween, Climate Central reports some spooky statistics on Halloween extremes, warming October nights, and how climate change is impacting our favorite fall pastimes like pumpkin picking and trick-or-treating.

Vulnerability to Drought

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Vulnerability to Drought

  • Published: Oct 21st, 2020

A recent study scored U.S. states on their overall vulnerability to drought, as being driven by three factors: exposure, sensitivity and adaptive capacity

More Frequent and Pervasive Coastal Flooding

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More Frequent and Pervasive Coastal Flooding

  • Published: Oct 14th, 2020

As sea levels rise, coastal flooding is happening more often and in more places at once.