Climate Central prepares for Groundhog Day and finds that the number of cold nights each year is declining for most of the country.
For much of the country, winter is entering its coldest stretch. But climate change means our coldest days have been getting warmer—a trend which has consequences for winter recreation, pests, and agriculture.
The global temperature data is in and signs of climate change could not be clearer—2020 was one of the two warmest years on record.
While we’d like to leave 2020 in the past, the news that last year was the 5th warmest on record for the U.S. reminds us that climate change impacts will only worsen until we make progress on ‘bending the curve’ of CO2 emissions. 22 billion-dollar disasters hit the U.S. this year - a new record.
The sawtooth pattern of carbon levels over the past million years has shot up swiftly.
With the holidays quickly approaching, Climate Central revisits Ed Hawkins’ warming stripes with a holiday twist!
Nonprofits and city planners are working to create more affordable housing, but they’re up against legislation that rewards rampant development.
A medida que el cambio climático produce un incremento en el nivel del mar, se prevé que el número de viviendas asequibles en riesgo de inundación costera se triplique a casi 25.000 en todo el país en los próximos 30 años.