Unchecked warming emissions are projected to leave hundreds of houses of worship in areas vulnerable to chronic flooding by midcentury.
Planting conditions depend on the annual minimum temperature. See how those temperatures are trending in your area.
As global temperatures continue to rise, Knoxville is experiencing earlier springs, ushering in longer allergy seasons. Pollen intensity is increasing, inducing sickening impacts for asthmatics and those vulnerable to hay fever.
This winter may have been wet, but western droughts are trending worse overall with climate change.
Due to record winter precipitation, this year’s western snowpack is above average for just the third time in ten years — a happy exception to an overall downward trend.
San Antonio is one of the most challenging cities for spring allergies sufferers, and rising temperatures are making it worse.
Climate change is affecting the growing season — and the allergies that come with it — around the country.
Here’s how climate change is affecting the allergy season in your city.