Stories tagged "Hurricanes"

June 4, 2019

Panama City Prepares for the Worst

June 1st marked the beginning of hurricane season, which for many Florida residents has returned far too quickly as they’re still struggling to recover from last season. In Panama City, FL residents are preparing for the worst, as last year brought Hurricane...

May 27, 2019

One Republican Lawmaker Blocks $19 billion in Disaster Aid

Representative Chip Roy, a Republican from Texas, blocked the $19.1 billion federal disaster package, which had passed the Senate last week and was zipping through the House by unanimous consent without a recorded vote because many members had already left D.C. for...

February 18, 2019

FDR’s New Deal Was Green

As we contemplate the sweeping Green New Deal resolution recently introduced, which promises that “public lands, waters, and oceans are protected” and that all Americans have “access to nature,” we should look back at the very green legacy of ...

February 11, 2019

Climate change making Atlantic hurricanes more deadly

A recent study published by top hurricane experts in the journal Nature Communications found that the percentage of tropical systems that have intensified rapidly in the Atlantic Ocean has tripled over the last three decades, and climate change is a major reason why....

May 16, 2018

Our Daily Planet: Air Pollution Exposure In Pregnancy Tied To High Blood Pressure in Kids, Great Plains Brace For Drought, Billions in Losses, 2-Week Countdown to Hurricane Season and America is Unprepared, Russian Facebook Ads Push Anti-Environment Agenda, Please Say No to Roadside Zoos, One Cool Thing: A Feast at the White Shark Cafe

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