Climate Central takes a look at July warming and the hottest, coolest, and wettest Independence Days on record in your area.
Almost all the offshore wind turbines operating right now stand atop towers driven into sea beds. As the industry looks to push its turbines into deeper waters, technology is being developed so that wind farming can float.
Climate extremes, like drought, heavy rain, and extreme heat are becoming more common—and more costly—as the climate changes.
All of the pathways for achieving net zero greenhouse gas emissions are imagined under Princeton University’s Net Zero America project show enormous ramp-ups of electricity generated from wind turbines during the coming 30 years.
It’s time to #ShowYourStripes to inform people about climate change. And it’s time to roll out Realtime Climate, the new alert system for local climate connections to weather and news.
The latest installment in our climate solutions series investigates the role that electric vehicles may play in transporting us to net zero emissions.
Summertime is here and so is our Summer Package. This year's installment includes trends related to summer average and night temperatures as well as the number of days with extreme heat.
Three years later, some survivors of Hurricane Florence still aren’t home, but the damage was not evenly distributed. Flooding highlighted disparities, and today the most vulnerable of us continue to be at the highest risk of rising seas that increasingly threaten North Carolina’s coastal region.