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NYT Global Warming Climate Change
Updated: 2 months 3 weeks ago
The project in the waters southeast of Atlantic City marks the third major wind farm authorized by the Biden administration.
Heavy rains and heat waves have affected parts of China and the Asia Pacific region this week. More of the same was in the forecast.
As concerns over wildfires and air quality mount, drones and laser shows offer an alternative to fireworks on July 4 and other holidays.
Los científicos sabían que la línea central de rotación del planeta podía moverse. Pero en algún momento a principios de la década de 2000 las cosas cambiaron dramáticamente.
Wildfires are hurting many industries and could strain households across Canada, one of many countries reckoning with the impact of extreme weather.
Experiments suggest that sums as low as $50 can help the world’s poorest protect themselves and their property in ways they couldn’t otherwise.
Like the smoke particles that seep into our homes through a window crack, the effects of fossil fuel pollution put nearly every child at risk.
Lawmakers in Michigan have long fought tough pollution controls. But the toll of flooding, lost crops and damage to the Great Lakes appears to be changing minds.
A new study offers insights into how and where Americans are moving to escape climate dangers.
The symptoms of heat-related illness can vary and worsen a patient’s underlying medical conditions, making accurate counts difficult to come by.
The twin threats have sickened people across the continent with little relief in sight.
In “The Heat Will Kill You First,” Jeff Goodell documents the lethal effects of rising temperatures and argues that we need to take hot weather a lot more seriously.
El ritmo de deforestación aumentó un 10 por ciento en 2022, pero hay indicios de que la trayectoria puede cambiar a mejor en un futuro próximo.
The E.P.A.’s plan is “neither reasonable nor achievable,” the lobbying group said, using strong language in the face of the urgency to cut planet-warming emissions from vehicles.
An upcoming study links smoke pollution across the United States to individual wildfires and could help predict which fires will be most harmful to public health.
Human-caused climate change is making high temperatures more common and intensifying the dryness that fuels catastrophic wildfires.
High-altitude regions will get more extreme rain than previously thought, making floods and landslides more likely, a study finds.
Scientists knew the planet’s centerline could move. But it took a sharp turn sometime around the start of the 2000s.
The ongoing outbreak of fires in Canada is sending new waves of smoke into the American Midwest, and the pollution has been seen as far away as Europe.
Chicago residents were warned to stay indoors or wear masks, and the popular paths along Lake Michigan were quiet.