Climate Central used its public and proprietary tools to assess the current and future coastal flood risk to the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Byway.
As warmer temperatures drive longer growing seasons across the U.S., and rising carbon dioxide levels increase pollen concentrations, conditions only worsen for allergy and asthma sufferers.
A new Climate Central solutions brief on solar power examines one modeled pathway to net zero emissions that shows opportunities for significant job growth across the country. It also provides an overview of trends in solar in the U.S. and terminology.
A new Climate Central report examines how climate change threatens America’s aging coastal population—with rising sea levels and increasing hurricane intensity, posing risks to seniors’ safety, health and financial security.
We may be reeling from a polar vortex and winter storms across the country, but meteorological spring waits for no snow shoveler. In preparation, we bring you an update of our spring package.
Paris, We’re Back! The U.S. has rejoined the Paris Agreement—but what does that mean going forward?
Frigid air from the Arctic has descended on the lower 48 states this week, bringing the coldest air of the season. But as greenhouse gas emissions continue to drive climate change, cold extremes are just not as cold as they used to be across the country.
While there is significant year-to-year variability in ice coverage, trends show that Great Lakes ice coverage is becoming less reliable and is trending lower over time, with consequences to an important natural ecosystem and the cultural practices based around it.