It's 30 degrees in Trinchera today. Here's the news
Nathan Rott, NPR (Tweet)
Wildfires are burning more frequently and intensely in a warming world, making them harder to put out. Some fire agencies are expanding support as they see increased cases of anxiety and depression.
NPR's Noel King speaks with newly confirmed Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm about grid resilience, climate change and the administration's infrastructure plans.
Matthew Cappucci, The Washington Post (Tweet)
Meteorologists have noticed storms forming earlier in the year over the last decade.
Ian Bogost, The Atlantic (Tweet)
It’s one of the easiest way for American homeowners to fight climate change.
Jack Ewing, New York Times (Tweet)
As automakers promise to get rid of internal combustion engines, Heidelberg is trying to get rid of autos.
Jeff Brady, NPR (Tweet)
The Texas blackout is a reminder that climate-driven extreme weather stresses the U.S.'s power system in many ways. Much is needed to harden the grid for the future as the number of outages increase.
Newsletter by Eric McDaniel.