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Better use of data could help insurers inform future policies.
“It’s a tough season this year,” says Lisa Duncan of Temple Bar Marina. Slips are filled, but the boat launch is closed for now.
New research from UCLA shows climate change-induced heat waves pose a growing threat to workers.
On a farm in Oregon, they try to figure out what kinds of trees and shrubs produce the most flying embers.
Electric cars can save drivers thousands of dollars on maintenance over the life of the vehicle.
There isn’t a lot of experience or trust on which to base calculations about durability and cost savings for electric vehicles.
If we can't stop global warming, can we adapt to it? Some ideas seem far out -- like generating a giant cloud or launching a huge umbrella to block the rays of the sun. Nate DiMeo reports the proposals are risky to try, but not trying may be risky as well.
In the Netherlands, 60% of the population lives below sea level, thanks to dikes and pumps. But global warming is making it harder to keep up. Rico Gagliano reports how a new kind of water defense is changing the Dutch landscape and the way some farmers do business.