The Chesapeake Bay may be the site for the first climate change refugees. A new study reveals that this region may be underwater and uninhabitable within 50 years if the current rate of sea level rise continues.
Shifting winds and ocean currents may have doubled the population of endangered Galapagos penguins.
Researchers at the University of Hawaii at Manoa have found that heavy rainfall events have become significantly more frequent over the last 50 years in eastern parts of the state.
Following a natural disaster or some sort of significant weather event, local communities rely on federal emergency relief efforts to come clean up or repair damages. A study shows that various countries, especially the United States, can benefit from community-based efforts.