Climate Extreme Weather
Report: A hotter, wetter Arctic spells trouble for everyone
The planet's "refrigerator" is breaking, scientists warn.
PG&E cuts thousands of workers ahead of winter wildfire maintenance
The layoffs spell danger for fire season.
Salton Sea public health disaster gets a $250 million ‘shot in the arm’
The Interior Department announced new funding to restore a shrinking lake — if California saves more water.
The world’s insurance bill from natural disasters this year: $115 billion
That’s 42 percent higher than the 10-year average.
An infusion of cash from Congress could keep the lights on in Puerto Rico
Here's what $3 billion could do to avert the next tropical storm blackout.
The cost of wildfires is rising. But by how much?
States are struggling to budget given incomplete data
Lessons from the World Cup: How a changing climate is changing sports
From professional to youth leagues, a warming planet is forcing athletes to adapt to new extremes.
Water thieves abound in dry California. Why are they so hard to catch?
A short-staffed state agency struggles to catch rogue water users.
This California city needs housing. But is a new development destined to burn?
Still reeling from the 2018 Camp Fire, Chico residents are divided over a large new subdivision planned in the path of the last blaze.
Planning your 2023 travel? Skip these places in order to save them
With environmental and cultural strains, places like Lake Tahoe could use a break