For North Carolina, Hurricane Florence Could Bring a Financial Reckoning
The state has bet against a megastorm for years, but now as Florence bears down on the state it could face a major money shortage to rebuild from the damage.
Viewfinder: A Makeshift Shelter During Severe Floods in Okayama
People affected by the recent flooding rest at a makeshift shelter in Mabi, Okayama prefecture, Japan, on July 11th, 2018.
'Whiplash' Weather Fluctuations in California's Future
A new study finds that, by the end of the century, California's climate is expected to oscillate more frequently between extreme drought and deluge conditions.
Chatting With Fijians About Climate Change: 'Sixty Years, and This Will Be All Under Water'
The rainy season seems to have arrived early in Western Fiji, but not every farmer is relieved.