Climate School experts help to explain this devastating weather and what it means in the broader conversation of climate change and disaster response.
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Climate School experts weigh in on the past year’s most noteworthy events and developments within their fields.
A guide to some of the most provocative and groundbreaking talks at the world’s largest gathering of earth and space scientists.
America’s water systems face many challenges, including climate change and aging infrastructure. An upcoming event will focus on ways to solve multiple problems at the same time, with the same funding.
Government-subsidized electricity has played a big role in pumping out groundwater for irrigation at an unsustainable rate. Changing the system could help, say researchers.
In a new study, researchers show how widely wind and solar potential vary by season and year, suggesting that backup energy sources may be needed as the world shifts to renewables to bring carbon emissions to zero.
This U.N.-designated day aims to accelerate gender equity and improve access to and participation in science for women and girls.
The engineer and environmental health researcher studies the intersections of gender, water, sanitation, and hygiene.
When drainage infrastructure isn’t maintained, even modest rainfall events can cause dangerous flooding.