Maine

Maine is vulnerable to increasing temperatures, ocean acidification and the spread of Lyme disease …

Massachusetts

Massachusetts is vulnerable to increasing temperatures, floods and droughts, and coastal flooding Massachusetts’s climate …

Delaware

Delaware is vulnerable to increasing temperatures, variable rain patterns, rising sea level, ecosystem loss …

Connecticut

Connecticut is vulnerable to increasing temperatures, floods and droughts, and coastal flooding Connecticut’s climate …

Tennessee

Tennessee is vulnerable to droughts, floods and reduced hydroelectric potential Tennessee’s climate has warmed …

Mississippi

Mississippi is vulnerable to sea level rise, flooding and increasing temperatures - all which …

Oklahoma

Oklahoma is vulnerable to increasing heat, floods, droughts, and wildfires Overall, Oklahoma will become …

Minnesota

Minnesota is vulnerable to floods, higher temperatures, species loss and more Minnesota’s climate is …

New Mexico

New Mexico is vulnerable to increasing heat, melting snowpack, droughts, and wildfires - Native …

South Dakota

South Dakota’s agriculture industry is vulnerable to climate change South Dakota’s climate is already …

North Dakota

North Dakota’s agriculture industry is vulnerable to climate change North Dakota’s climate is already …

Hawaii

Hawaii is vulnerable to warming and acidifying oceans, shoreline loss and species loss Air …

Idaho

Idaho is vulnerable to increasing heat, reduced snowpack and wildfires Idaho’s climate has warmed …

Oregon

Oregon is vulnerable to increasing heat, reduced snowpack, ocean acidification and wildfires Oregon’s climate …
Ice Floats

Climate Change in the U.S.

Climate Change in the U.S. Across the United States, communities are already experiencing the …

Issue Areas

Climate Change Issues Climate change has an impact on nearly every part of our …
Solar

The Fight to Put a Value on Rooftop Solar Power

Advancements in technology have enabled consumers to install solar panels on their roofs more cheaply than ever before. This presents utility companies—which have for decades monopolized the energy markets—with new challenges.