Slowing climate change and adapting to it requires cross-border cooperation, even though many costs will be local.
Climate change has arrived in American agriculture, and it could cause profits to drop 30% over the next 30 to 50 years.
According to a Purdue University survey, they're feeling more positive than they have since the pandemic began.
A glut of grapes on the market, the pandemic and fires that damaged or destroyed wineries. Now, grapes tainted by smoke may be unusable.
With the largest wildfires in history ablaze, advocates say its time to fight fire with fire.
Several organizations have stepped up to distribute supplies, but more is still needed.
A new law clears the way for some offenders to become EMTs, and eventually firefighters, after they're released.
California has regulations, but it's been hard to get PPE to workers in the fields. There's no federal standard.
Fire decimates the neighborhood where they both grew up.
Climate change and regulated rates are making it harder for insurance companies to do business at a time when fire risk is growing.