The federal government requires all public housing to be heated to keep residents warm, but it does not require cooling. So during heat waves, people may be at risk of heat stroke and other ...
About a third of all climate-warming gases are linked to the food on our plates. Animal products, especially beef and lamb, ...
By May, spring semesters are coming to an end, and teachers and students are looking forward to summer. For many that means ...
The northeastern town of Barnsdall, Oklahoma (pop. 1000) suffered its second tornado strike of the year late Monday, May 6.
Dan Conant, the company’s founder, grew up in West Virginia. He says he and many of his peers felt they had to move away to find good jobs. Now he’s back, working to grow the solar industry in the ...
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A dangerous outbreak of severe thunderstorms is expected this afternoon into tonight across parts of central/eastern KS and ...
Wildfire fighting is becoming a year-round effort in Canada, with blazes smouldering through the winter, often underground, waiting to surge to fiery new life in the spring. In late February, more ...
Farmers who can’t sleep, worrying they’ll lose everything amid increasing drought. Youth struggling with depression over a future that feels hopeless. Indigenous people grief-stricken over devastated ...
Solar and wind energy grew quickly enough in 2023 to push renewables up to 30% of global electricity supply and begin pushing fossil fuels off the power grid, the Ember climate consultancy concludes ...
So Mississippi State University and Keesler Air Force Base are working on a project to shield a 2.5-mile stretch of the city from erosion.
The Adirondacks region of New York is famous for its brook trout fishing. But as the climate warms, this cold-water fish is in trouble. Stephen Jane is a postdoctoral fellow at Notre Dame University.