Weather & Science
As Hurricane Ian moves up the US East Coast, Florida is starting to assess the storm’s damage.
A look at the relative value of the cryptocurrency’s climate damage puts it in the same league as cattle farming or gasoline burning, according to a new study.
Ian is the type of storm experts have long warned could strike western Florida. And its destruction is nowhere close to done.
Flooded homes, fuel shortages, even more food inflation and a scrambled insurance market could be left in the wake of the devastating tropical cyclone.
Sea-level rise linked to climate change exacerbates storm surge — like the monster inundation Ian is expected to bring to Florida.
Bison, elk, beavers and many bird species have become more abundant, according to a report by Rewilding Europe