Check out some pollution and climate stories you may have missed during the summer of 2018. Some good news, some bad news, some ways to take action.
Do you know where your politicians stand on climate change? Here are 10 questions we can all ask our politicians so we can make informed voting decisions.
An exclusive interview with Eric Sorenson, an award winning meteorologist discussing climate change and extreme weather.
Climate change is accelerating wildfire risk. Learn what that means for your region and how fire management practices can help, but not fix the issue.
Read about how smoke from the Ferguson Fire burning two miles away from Yosemite is causing authorities to close the park for the first time since 1990.
Learn about heat exhaustion and heat stroke, and why we are more at risk as global climate change causes more, and worse, heat waves.
Learn about the spread of ticks carrying Lyme Disease and what you can do to protect your family from this serious illness.
Read the story of one mom trapped in Ellicott City, Maryland during a climate disaster, and why extreme weather events are becoming more common.
Find out how you can deal with worsening spring allergies as climate change increases the number of days each year with high pollen counts.
Learn about the wildfires experienced by Oklahoma over the past three years, their relationship to climate change, and how they put firefighters and families in danger.
Read about the Hurricane Harvey Registry, gathering information about the health impacts of the Houston storm to help inform response to future events.
Check out a report card indicating the areas where Scott Pruitt has failed as an EPA administrator, and why he should be removed from the position.