A proposal by the Environmental Protection Agency on rules to take strides towards combatting climate change is expected to be released as early as next week.
In response transportation officials noted the "susceptibility of all of Boston and its infrastructure to rising sea levels."
"Everybody is gonna be selling their cows, so it's probably smarter now to do it while the price is up before the market gets flooded," rancher Buzz Bates said.
The U.S. Geological Survey announced Saturday that average daily water levels had dropped about an inch below the previous 1963 record of 4,191.4 feet.
The advent of climate change means deadly heat waves like the one that swept through the Pacific Northwest earlier this summer are likely to become more common.
The Dixie Fire, which burned 223 square miles by Friday morning, is the largest wildfire California has seen so far in 2021.
"Today we learnt that vinyl doesn't like heatwaves," the man who sacrificed a Demi Lovato album jokingly concluded.
A philanthropic group dedicated to increasing funding for environmental justice efforts is pushing for major donors to make their allocations public.
We will need to grow renewables to win on climate change, and we need competitive electricity models to get there.
A meteorologist with the National Weather Service said the phenomenon of wildfire smoke traveling thousands of miles east has emerged over the past two years.
The cloud seeding efforts, which use electrical charges to prompt rainfall, contributed to stormy weather rarely seen in the United Arab Emirates.
After the local cemetery in Ahrweiler, Germany, had flooded and washed away most of the tombstones, officials were trying to find ways to bury the dead.
"It is not a mystery that China and the U.S. have many differences. But on climate, cooperation is the only way to break free from the world's current mutual suicide pact,'' he said.
"We are prepared for the worst, and hoping for the best," Mike McCann said in a statement released by the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest.
The UNESCO committee deemed the Great Barrier Reef "in danger." Australian government suspected it was a political move on China's part.
Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W. Va.) was reportedly headed to a Texas fundraising event hosted by Republican donors from the oil industry two days after saying that a Democratic plan to eliminate fossil fuels would make climate change "worse."
The fire doubled in size almost daily early on, with strong winds from the south on Thursday afternoon pushing the flames rapidly to the north and east.
The island's government says it "wants to take co-responsibility for combating the global climate crisis."
Parts of Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands were hit with around two months' worth of rain on Thursday.
"They want to get rid of [fossil fuel], and thinking that's going to clean up the global climate, it won't clean it up all. If anything, it would be worse," Manchin said.
The European Union wishes to phase out gasoline and diesel cars as well as tax companies for the carbon dioxide they emit in hopes to slow global warming.
Data shows the number of wildfires reported in 2021 is the most since 2011, when there were 40,051 reported wildfires.
The Klamath County Sheriff's Office warned that it would cite or even arrest people who defied orders to" go now" in areas immediately threatened by the blaze.
In an interview with Johnny Carson in 1978, the astrophysicist discussed what he viewed to be scientific inaccuracies in the then-newly released sci-fi movie, "A New Hope."
According to the National Interagency Fire Center, about 55 large fires are raging in 12 states across the U.S., burning almost 800,000 acres so far.
Eight of those states saw their hottest June on record while another six marked their second hottest June.
In choosing not to shore up less developed countries' ability to be resilient in the face of rising sea levels, worsening storms and flooding, increasing heat waves and droughts and rising food and water insecurity, we are not only turning our backs to the important work of climate reparations, but we're also placing millions of people directly in harm's way.
More than 1 billion marine animals may have been killed in parts of Washington state and British Columbia alone amid the recent heat wave in the Northwest.
An increase in rattlesnake numbers could potentially make human-rattlesnake encounters more common.