Ocean at the Door: New Homes and the Rising Sea

Ocean at the Door: New Homes and the Rising Sea

  • Published: Nov 13th, 2018

Recent housing growth rates are faster in high flood risk zones for most coastal states.

Warming at 100 Military Sites Across the U.S.

Warming at 100 Military Sites Across the U.S.

  • Published: Nov 7th, 2018

100 important military bases across the U.S. are warming from climate change, contributing to the increase in extreme weather that stresses our military.

Rising Tides: How Near-Daily Flooding of America’s Shorelines Could Become the Norm

Rising Tides: How Near-Daily Flooding of America’s Shorelines Could Become the Norm

  • Published: Oct 4th, 2018

Minor floods, and the damage and disruption they cause, have grown far more common in the last few decades.

Climate Change Increasing Frequency of Coastal Flooding

Climate Change Increasing Frequency of Coastal Flooding

  • Published: Oct 4th, 2018

Flooding at high tide is increasing along coastal communities in the U.S., and it’s going to get much more common with climate change.

Strongest Tropical Cyclones by Region

Strongest Tropical Cyclones by Region

  • Published: Sep 12th, 2018

As the climate warms, parts of the world have recently seen new records for tropical cyclone intensity.

As Seas Rise, Americans Use Nature to Fight Worsening Erosion

As Seas Rise, Americans Use Nature to Fight Worsening Erosion

  • Published: Jul 14th, 2018

Rising costs from flooding and erosion are prompting Americans, military bases and government agencies to opt for more natural alternatives.

Ben Strauss on Antarctic Ice Melt with PBS NewsHour

Ben Strauss on Antarctic Ice Melt with PBS NewsHour

  • Published: Jun 18th, 2018

"South Florida is at risk particularly because their bedrock is porous. There are really high stakes here."

Antarctic Ocean Discovery Warns of Faster Global Warming

Antarctic Ocean Discovery Warns of Faster Global Warming

  • Published: Jun 10th, 2018

Scientists used state-of-the-art sensors to collect more data on the Southern Ocean than ever before, learning the ocean is absorbing less heat-trapping pollution than previously thought.