As seas rise at a quickening pace, the water continues to creep closer to where the city’s students spend most of their days — in its 11 public schools.
Corn and soybean yields may fall 5% globally between 2050 and 2100 because of the combination of a drier and hotter climate.
The new research on warming temperatures and drought warns that drier heat waves will reduce harvests, threatening to further narrow farmers’ profit margins.
Like most cities, Charlotte has been warming more quickly than surrounding areas.
Like many other Maine cities, Biddeford is regularly experiencing temperatures far higher than surrounding suburban and rural areas.
A new Climate Central analysis evaluates the intensity of urban heat islands in cities around the country. Read the report to find out about the factors that cause hotter temperatures in urban areas, the impacts, and the solutions.
The impacts from sea level rise affect almost every facet of life in Atlantic City, from its economy to its culture and physical landscape.