• Harmed by heat: Covering the health risks of extreme weather

    Reporting on Climate Adaptation
    Harmed by heat: Covering the health risks of extreme weather
    July 25, 2016

    Public health officials late last week warned of the risks of extreme heat temperatures, posting heat advisories in 23 states, as dangerous temperatures and humidity moved across the central United States, spreading eastward this past weekend.
  • Hot zone: Covering the rise in heat waves

    Reporting on Climate Adaptation
    Hot zone: Covering the rise in heat waves
    July 12, 2016

    It was the hottest June on record for the lower 48 U.S. states — 3.3 degrees above normal and a hair above a 1933 Dust Bowl-era record, reported National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration last week.
  • Wildfires in the West: Covering fires’ climate and adaptation angles

    Reporting on Climate Adaptation
    Wildfires in the West: Covering fires’ climate and adaptation angles
    June 28, 2016

    Intense and early summer fire seasons may now be the new normal as persistent hot, dry conditions compound years of drought to worsen seasonal wildfires.
  • Mayors merge on climate: Covering adaptation in cities

    Reporting on Climate Adaptation
    Mayors merge on climate: Covering adaptation in cities
    June 22, 2016

    Cities are considered the key to successful climate adaptation. Not only do they produce the bulk of greenhouse gas emissions and house the majority of the world’s population, but they often find themselves on the front line of climate risks.
  • Flooding in Texas: Is your state next? How to cover inland flood risk

    Reporting on Climate Adaptation
    Flooding in Texas: Is your state next? How to cover inland flood risk
    June 6, 2016

    Dig deeper on the flood risk and response story using the more than three-dozen flood-related resources in the Reporter’s Guide to Climate Adaptation database.