It's 66 degrees in Mena today. Here's the news—
Rick Rojas and Tamir Kalifa, New York Times (Tweet)
In Houston’s poorest neighborhoods, an unfamiliar winter storm stoked a familiar anguish, one fueled by recurring floods and what residents see as a pattern of neglect.
Tatiana Schlossberg, New York Times (Tweet)
Companies are trying to prove that conservation, sustainable fishing and carbon sequestration are profitable.
Ellen Airhart, Scientific American (Tweet)
Personal changes can empower people to reduce emissions and also widen public support for bold carbon policies.
Daniel Cusick, E&E News, Scientific American (Tweet)
Controversy surrounds the plan to cut the river’s massive levee in an attempt to save disappearing wetlands.
Andrew Freedman, Axios (Tweet)
Rainfall is easing in some parts of Australia Tuesday, but many rivers continue to rise in the wake of nearly a year's worth of rainfall that fell in just six days in areas of New South Wales and Queensland.
Michael Birnbaum, Missy Ryan, The Washington Post (Tweet)
Biden administration makes possible a shift that couldn't happen under Trump.
Newsletter by Eric McDaniel.