Hurricane Ida, Winter Storm Uri, and the western wildfires are just a few of the extreme weather events that have caused billions of dollars in damage in 2023. The cost of climate change is not just financial, it is also a human cost. We must act now to address climate change and prevent the worst impacts from happening.
Global warming is pushing heatwaves and other extreme weather events to extreme records. Even as we cut carbon emissions, we must start learning how to live with the effects of climate change. Here are a few tips to help you cope during a heatwave.
Climate change is not just an environmental issue. It is also a social justice issue.
The effects of climate change are already being felt disproportionately by low-income communities, people of color, and Indigenous people. These communities are more likely to live in areas that are vulnerable to climate change, such as coastal areas and floodplains. They are also less likely to have the resources to adapt to the effects of climate change, such as access to clean water, food, and healthcare.
As climate change continues to worsen, these disparities will only get worse.
We need to act now to fight for environmental justice and create a more just and sustainable future for all.
Europe is in the midst of a summer of heat, with two major heat waves in the past two weeks. The latest heat wave, dubbed “Charon” by Italian weather forecasters, is expected to bring temperatures above 45 degrees Celsius (113 Fahrenheit) in some parts of the continent.
Climate change is wreaking havoc on our food supply. Rising temperatures, changing precipitation patterns, and extreme weather events are making it harder for farmers to grow crops and raise livestock. This is leading to food shortages, higher prices, and increased hunger.
But there is hope. We can mitigate the effects of climate change on agriculture by adopting climate-smart practices. These practices include planting drought-resistant crops, using water more efficiently, and reducing our reliance on synthetic fertilizers.
The air quality in your neighborhood can vary greatly from day to day. This is especially true during fire season, when smoke from wildfires can drift hundreds of miles. That’s why it’s important to know how to check the air quality in your neighborhood.
In this blog post, we’ll show you how to check the air quality in your neighborhood. We’ll also discuss the current smoke situation in the US, and provide resources to help you stay informed.
Wildfire smoke from Canada continues to drift across the United States, causing air quality alerts and health concerns.
The smoke has been seen as far south as the Gulf Coast and as far east as the Atlantic Ocean. It has also reached the Great Lakes, where it is causing hazy skies and poor air quality.
The smoke is a result of the unprecedented wildfire season in Canada. So far this year, more than 10 million acres have burned in Canada, making it the third-worst wildfire season on record. The fires have been driven by hot, dry weather and high winds.
Explore the transformative potential of agroforestry in combating climate change and building resilience. Discover the multiple ways this sustainable practice supports communities and ecosystems globally.
This article explores the compatibility of green businesses and Bitcoin, and why eco-friendly payment systems may be a better choice for reducing your carbon footprint. Read on to discover the best payment options for a sustainable future.
Are you looking for practical strategies to help you adapt to a changing climate? Look no further. This blog post provides tips and insights on how to weather the storm of climate change. From protecting your home to building community resilience, we’ve got you covered.