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The fifth National Climate Assessment says climate change will continue to nudge household spending higher in many categories — including health, food and home repair.
Boosters of the technology say it could reduce the size — and cost — of EV batteries.
"Forecast-informed reservoir operations" may help planners deal more effectively with flood or drought conditions.
The promise of hydrogen fuel is that it could cut emissions in industries that have proven difficult to decarbonize. It’s a lot of pressure for an industry that’s barely off the ground.
Companies including Ikea, Nestle, Unilever and Volvo are saying that they're already grappling with the costs of the climate crisis.
Temperatures are increasing in the Mediterranean 20% faster than the global average. That's likely to have an impact on tourism.
Because nobody's thinking about wearing denim when it's 110 degrees outside.
But the world must rapidly expand spending on renewables, and cut spending on fossil fuels, to make it happen.
After a cold spring and unseasonably hot and dry summer, Patrick Smith of Yakima is seeing some abnormalities in when his crops mature.