Here’s the breakdown of where U.S. greenhouse gas emissions are coming from. Transportation is the biggest slice of the pie
A first step in reducing emissions is understanding where they’re coming from—this week we’re breaking down U.S. emissions.
Not all disasters are created equal—check which type of billion-dollar weather and climate disaster has occurred the most in your state.
Can you guess which state has experienced the most billion-dollar climate disasters? See NOAA’s 40-year dataset
The 2010s had the most billion-dollar disasters in 34 of 52 states and territories (65%)
With four decades of disaster data, the trend is not our friend. Billion-dollar weather and climate disasters are rising in most states, even after adjusting for inflation
Snowfall has been decreasing in the spring and fall seasons across much of the U.S.