Extreme weather (drought and heat in the summer, cold in the winter) sweeps the planet. A result of climate change?
Research has detected a pattern in the occurrence of tornadoes related to climate change: ‘Tornado Alley’ is expanding.
Hurricane Florence and remnants thereof have left broad sections of the Carolinas and Virginia reeling in the aftermath.
North Carolina and Hong Kong are in tatters in the wake of deadly storms: Florence in the US and Mangkhut in HK.
Kids are vulnerable to climate change due to environmental pollution (floods, droughts, & heatwaves trigger humanitarian disasters).
Lesson plans at all levels, from the Pulitzer Center in partnership with The New York Times, help share info about climate change.
The physical internet—cables, data centers, etc.—is threatened in coastal cities: climate change & rising sea levels could drown it.
Earth’s climate is changing, and temperatures, especially in the Arctic, are getting hotter—by about 1°C since the 1950s.
Wintry weather, esp. extreme cold, has caused traffic accidents and resulted in school closures across the Northern Hemisphere.
The North American jet stream has undergone significant changes over the past 1,000 years, but most data only look at it from about 1979.