Two-thirds of the lower 48 states will have a heightened risk until May, NOAA forecast says, after severe flooding in the Midwest.
It was only surpassed by 2016, 2017, and 2015.
Preceding this week’s Global Climate Action Summit, thousands rallied for the environment in cities around the world.
A new study finds that at the high end of predicted sea-level rise, many thousands of homes in the U.S. could flood 26 times a year.
By extending the cap-and-trade system, the state reasserted its commitment to pushing back against the Trump administration’s environmental policies.
Sea level rise is making floods more common and as the New Jersey resort braces for the next Sandy, the well-heeled Florida city is throwing money at the problem.