It's 42 degrees in Lemitar today. Here's the news—
Sam Turken, NPR (Tweet)
Increased flooding from climate change is making flood insurance so expensive that some worry they'll lose their homes. A federal program can cut costs if cities invest in flood protection.
Rebecca Hersher, NPR (Tweet)
2020 and 2016 are virtually tied for the hottest year on record. That means more powerful hurricanes, more intense wildfires, less ice and longer heat waves.
Amy Harder, Axios (Tweet)
Historically, America has emitted the most greenhouse gases of any country in the world. But over the next 80 years, the U.S. may account for as little as 5% of such emissions.
Jariel Arvin, Vox (Tweet)
The largest coal plant in the western US has come down. Now cleanup begins.