The number of consecutive hot summer days, or heat streaks, is increasing in much of the U.S.
The number of extremely hot summer days is increasing in much of the U.S., and with it, the risk of heat-related illness.
Air conditioning is becoming more vital as temperatures rise, pushing up utility bills and putting comfortable levels of cooling out of the reach of some.
As additional carbon pollution continues to trap more and more heat in the atmosphere, the higher temperatures that result can come with a hefty price tag.
Summers are getting hotter and this is coming with a cost — cooling demand.
Summer is the season with the most obvious climate change impact — extreme heat.
Climate change is affecting the frost-free season in these cities, which also affects the allergy season.