University of Nebraska - Lincoln
At the 2016 Nebraska Conservation Summit, leaders in climate change discussed the significance of climate change and the impacts it can and is having both globally and in Nebraska.
Report suggests there is a "spiral of silence" around climate change.
Rising temperatures are turning farming into a high-wire tightrope act. In a hotter, drier, more volatile world, growers have little room to make mistakes, and agricultural know-how is quickly becoming a prized commodity.
The National Climate Assessment gives us a preview of devastation and what might happen in the Great Plains states with continued climate change.
The George Washington Universtiy
Climate change can mean more insects that carry disease - can we adapt for our health and our future?
The George Washington University
Rising temperatures mean more trouble for Florida's economy and coastline.
Planet Forward, George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs
For the second straight year, Planet Forward is partnering with Second Nature to host the Climate Leadership Awards. Second Nature, which seeks to create a sustainable society by transforming higher education, has selected the top-20 climate-related... Read More
The Environmental and Energy Study Institute (EESI) organized a briefing on insurance industry perspectives on recent extreme weather events and how strategic investment can help manage the threats posed by a changing and more severe climate. In New... Read More