Here’s how locals responded when shocks struck the city.
This unusual animation gives an architectural twist to the history and possible dark future of climate change.
A morning roundup of the day’s news.
On the first day of Climate Week, mayors from around the world are reasserting pledges to deliver on the Paris agreement.
The Urban Institute visualizes the havoc wreaked by the storm on first-time, minority homeowners.
Coral and mangroves offer storm-buffering services, but they’re disappearing.
Eight entrepreneurs and eight rappers try to sell the world on the UN’s environmental agenda through rap battles.
Hurricane Irma caused massive sewage overflows, highlighting the twin dangers of an aging infrastructure and climate change.
“Fatbergs,” these vast bundles of congealed grease, are becoming the stuff of urban legend—but preventing their formation can be complex.
Electric vehicles might be the future, but the country’s infrastructure has a long way to go before it can charge them.
Hurricanes Harvey and Irma may have hit white and non-white families alike, but it will be people of color who will have the toughest time getting their homes back, which is by design.
As unprecedented hurricanes assault coastal U.S. communities, residents and experts fear the storms could unleash contamination the EPA has tried to keep at bay.
When the earth is about to move, seconds are precious.
Shifts in hemispheric weather patterns may steer tropical systems toward the poles—and to regions that aren’t expecting them.
In two Florida cities, we mapped where low-income communities live, and how they’re affected by flood risks.
Hurricane Irma has laid waste to the state's electricity, affecting more than 10 million people. Now what?
In an era of unprecedented weather events, infrastructure must be adaptable, resilient, and equitable.
A fire ecologist explains why this summer’s wildfires are so dramatic, and why the West will have to learn to live with a more severe burning season.
The storm’s enormous size, spanning both coasts of the state, could slow the rescue and recovery efforts, officials warned on Sunday.
Researchers wanted to forecast potential blackouts across vast spans, not just specific cities.
Here’s how residents of Miami-Dade County are fleeing the path of Hurricane Irma.