How do scientists predict the future of Earth’s climate?
They use climate models. Here’s how they work.
By Saugat Bolakhe
Why are sunny day floods becoming more frequent in NYC?
Both sea-level rise and New York’s pre-industrial marshy, natural landscape contribute.
By Maja Clasen and Elias Guerra
How are hard-working wetlands faring with climate change?
These carbon “sinks” absorb greenhouse gases, but climate change is stressing them.
By Gretchen Smail
How do dung beetles protect against climate change?
These insects reduce methane gas emissions by rolling, burying and eating manure.
By Sunny Nagpaul
A Citywide Bluebelt Strategy Might Just Save Brooklyn Communities Like Mine From Flooding Catastrophe
One method the city’s been looking at to help minimize the flooding problem is the Bluebelt strategy.
By Amanda Salazar
Fewer than 350 North Atlantic right whales exist. Warming temperatures in the Gulf of Maine have put the endangered species in new peril.
By Michayla Savitt
A recent study shows that soil can’t capture enough carbon to outweigh emissions.
By H. Conley
Due to warming and acidification, ocean creatures are on the move.
By Aaron Tremper
Neighborhood playgrounds face extreme weather without the support of private donors
By Emily Nadal
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