As sea levels rise, coastal flooding is happening more often and in more places at once.
Summer warmth is creeping into our fall season, causing changes to natural events such as migration and hibernation while presenting yet more challenges to American farmers.
Large-scale power outages are increasingly common in the United States, as extreme weather fueled by climate change wreaks havoc on the aging electrical grid. These outages affect millions of people and cost the economy billions of dollars each year.
This joint article with Michael Sol Warren from NJ Advance Media and Charles Wohlforth from Climate Central examines how seniors and brown communities in cities like Newark and Elizabeth are most threatened by rising temperatures.
Warming Atlantic ocean waters are adding fuel to tropical systems, giving a boost to stronger, more rapidly-intensifying hurricanes.
Climate Central reflects back on a hot summer 2020, finding that record temperature highs continue to outpace record lows both this summer and through 2020.
This article, produced in partnership with WNYC reporter Clarisa Diaz, examines the the cooling power of trees and parks in cities.