On the heels of Europe’s devastating floods, scientists warn more is yet to come

A new study finds that slow-moving, low-pressure storms could become 14 times more frequent in Europe…

Flood me once, shame on me. Flood me twice, shame on FEMA?

A 20-year-old law would have made communities more resilient to climate change. FEMA didn’t enforce it.

Detroit’s prison population will soon be stuck living next to a toxic site

“Living in Detroit has given me a deep understanding that fights against the prison system and…

How many 500-year floods must Detroit endure in a decade?

Detroit's flooding problem needs long-term climate solutions.

The feds just threw a wrench into Enbridge’s plan to keep Line 5 running

The pipeline will have to prepare an environmental impact statement for the first time ever.

Sacred Grounds

In the Midwest, faith communities are ramping up the fight against climate change.

For Florida’s corals, no escape from climate change

Some corals will be able to migrate poleward to escape rising temperatures. But scientists say Florida’s…

Detroit’s first new assembly line in 30 years will compound pollution in Black neighborhoods

Residents are fighting back against the environmental racism.

It’s raining “forever chemicals” in the Great Lakes

Scientists found high levels of PFAS in raindrops across several states.

Illinois had a chance to pass one of the most progressive clean energy bills in the country. It failed.

How the state went from multiple clean energy bills to none.