While the roads in and around Atlantic City have been affected by tidal flooding throughout the city’s history, the frequency of flooding is on the rise because of the 1.5 feet of local sea level rise that has occurred since 1911.
The Benedictine sisters at Mount St. Scholastica are among the Catholic communities in the rural Midwest preaching and living by the principles of sustainability in the face of the climate crisis.
As flooding amplifies along the East Coast, Buddhist and Jewish faith leaders join the climate fight
Bhikku Bodhi, a Buddhist monk, who has spent decades engaging the Buddhist community on climate change, is one of many religious leaders along the East Coast making the moral case for climate action.
An island city’s billion-dollar route to climate resilience will need residential buy-in to succeed. Local places of worship could be pivotal.
Within 30 years, analysis shows more than a dozen locations through St. John's County will be at risk of chronic flooding unless steps are taken to protect them.
Global sea rise caused by heat-trapping pollution and a gradual sinking of the land around the Chesapeake have combined to create some of the world’s fastest local rates of sea rise.
The Dixie fire grew most explosively on nine of 10 such days, finds analysis of weather station and fire data.
At the height of the COVID-19 pandemic and during the ensuing economic slowdown, Jacksonville virtually shut down.