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Recent tornadoes in the Midwest have some people asking about the climate connection. There’s a lot we still don’t know, but here’s what we do.
Typhoon Haiyan (called Yolanda by many in the Phillippines) has been measured by some as the strongest tropical cyclone on record. The latest research tells us a few ways that climate change impacts typhoons like Haiyan.
It makes economic sense to act now on climate change. Here’s why we can’t afford to wait.
Economic Case for Climate Action
Wildfires have become a growing concern in the United States. Learn how they’re connected to climate change, and what future trends we can expect.
Buildings in the U.S. consume a great deal of energy, yet much of that energy is wasted through inefficiency. Improved efficiency can save money, reduce emissions and contribute to a better quality of life.
Building Energy Efficiency
Many of the impacts of climate change differ by region. Get the facts and outlook for the area near you.
Great Plains Impacts
What is the social cost of carbon pollution and why does it matter?
Social Cost of Carbon
Self-proclaimed “skeptics” want you to think that global warming has stopped. See the full picture with this infographic.
Climate change worsens drought. Understand how with this infographic.
Lyme disease is on the rise and is moving north. This infographic shows how these trends are consistent with the science behind global warming.
June 1 marks the start of the 2013 hurricane season. This infographic shows how climate change fuels hurricanes and impacts public health.
Hurricanes and Health
As of May 2013, the Earth reached an undesirable new milestone: an atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration of 400 parts per million. This infographic shows what that means for our future.
Climate sensitivity is a way of measuring the warming impact of carbon dioxide. In reporting on climate change, sometimes these numbers are used with little context. This fact sheet answers some frequently asked questions about climate sensitivity and what it means for us.
2012 was a record year for extreme weather. Review what happened and how much it cost.
The outlook isn’t good for ragweed allergy sufferers. Pollen output and season length are both on the rise.
Climate and Allergies
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