The disease after tomorrow

Five illnesses spreading in a hotter world

Biden’s new vision for the National Flood Insurance Program

The administration's flood insurance reforms could improve transparency — and make some Americans more vulnerable.

Record-breaking heat wave sprawls across US

Medical experts worry that extreme heat is exacting a rising and deadly toll on public health.

Study: Warming temperatures are eroding our ability to sleep

Climate change is keeping us up at night in more ways than one.

NYC wants more rooftop solar. Its fire code is getting in the way.

Public safety vs. climate action: The battle over the Big Apple's rules for buildings.

North Carolina house that collapsed into the sea is a warning for millions of Americans

States and the federal government can do more to protect homebuyers, like reforming flood disclosure laws.

A New York power line divided environmentalists. Here’s what it says about the larger climate fight.

States waited too long to decarbonize, and now they have to make tough choices.

Study: Climate change is creating disease hotspots

“The coming decades will not only be hotter, but sicker.”

Biden promised no new drilling on public lands. Here’s why he broke that promise.

The fossil-fuel expansion could help pass climate legislation down the line -- or lock in more…

Scientists identify the missing ingredient for climate action: Political will

The IPCC's latest report finally recognizes the social barriers to climate action.