Indiana

Indiana is Extremely Vulnerable to Climate Change: Indiana’s main economy is agriculture, and, according …

Missouri

Missouri Energy and Climate Resources: Missouri is Vulnerable to Climate Change: Once-rare floods in …
India

India

Since assuming office in May 2014, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has charted a new direction both on energy policy and climate change, establishing new political priorities and re-directing investment.

Wisconsin

Climate and Energy Polling: The latest Gallup poll reveals that at 64 percent, serious concern for …

Washington

Washington is vulnerable to increased heat, ocean acidification, increased wildfire risk and sea level …

Utah

Utah is vulnerable to increasing heat, melting snowpack, droughts, and wildfires Utah’s climate is …

Arizona

Arizona is vulnerable to increasing heat, melting snowpack, droughts, and wildfires Arizona’s climate is …

North Carolina

North Carolina Climate and Energy Facts: North Carolina is Vulnerable to Climate Change: For …

Colorado

Colorado is vulnerable to increasing heat, melting snowpack and glaciers, reduced water availability and …

Texas

Texas is vulnerable to increasing heat, sea level rise, and severe storms which threaten …

Nevada

Nevada is vulnerable to increasing heat, melting snowpack, droughts, and wildfires Nevada’s climate is …
Animal

Animal Agriculture’s Impact on Climate Change

Animal agriculture is the second largest contributor to human-made greenhouse gas emissions and a leading cause of deforestation, water and air pollution, and biodiversity loss.

Sports

Climate Change and Sports

As the world warms, one often overlooked issue is its effects on sports and recreation. While not as life-threatening as extreme weather or as costly as droughts, climate change’s impacts on sports is something that’s becoming increasingly common.

Budget

The Carbon Budget

Following the publication of the latest findings by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), some commentators zeroed in on a short paragraph in the Summary for Policymakers. This brief section lays out a “carbon budget,” defined as the precise quantity of carbon dioxide that humans can emit and still limit warming to 2ºC above pre-industrial levels.