Forecasters: Tropical Storm Nicholas forms in Gulf of Mexico

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Medical Journals Call Climate Change the ‘Greatest Threat to Global Public Health’

In Social Policy Bill, Businesses See a Lot to Like. They Oppose It.

California aims to ban recycling symbols on things that aren’t recyclable

The well-known three-arrows symbol doesn’t necessarily mean that a product is actually recyclable. A new bill would limit the products allowed to feature the mark.

Sea-level rise becoming a hazard for suburban South Florida neighborhoods far from ocean

Neighborhoods 20 miles inland are starting to feel the impact, as the Atlantic Ocean’s higher elevation makes it harder for drainage canals to keep them dry.

Vivid New Footage of Siberian Permafrost

Norway’s money cannot buy climate peace

Thanks to its wealth, industrial experience and high level of trust, Norway is well equipped to make a success of decarbonisation. But the lesson of the election campaign now drawing to a close is that this does not make the politics of climate change any less fraught.

Wanted: Your spare room for global visitors to Glasgow’s climate summit

Locals in the host city of Glasgow are being asked to offer a warm welcome to indigenous delegates visiting for Cop26.

Climate change is worsening ozone problems on the Front Range. Hispanic communities feel it the most

When air quality on the Front Range is bad, it’s often because of ozone – a gas created by a mixture of emissions from cars, oil and gas drilling and industrial facilities, combined with the heat and light from the summer sun.

Rain helps in California fire fight, lightning sparks others

Thunderstorms that dropped light rain gave some breathing room to crews struggling to quench California’s massive wildfires but lightning sparked several new blazes in the drought-stricken north, fire officials said.