Water from a stalled storm system caused nearly $4 billion in residential property damage alone in the Baton Rouge area, according to Louisiana Economic Development. Now, Louisiana's capital city has a $60 million research center to study the effects of rising water.Read More
They remove planet-warming carbon dioxide from the air and turn it to stone.
In theory, these rocks could store hundreds of years of human emissions of CO2.
The state of Louisiana is proceeding with ambitious plans to redirect the Mississippi River and rebuild some of its rapidly vanishing wetlands — but even this massive intervention may not be enough to save the most threatened lands from fast rising seas.Read More
The effects of global warming can be seen and touched in Louisiana, where officials have begun buying higher ground to relocate an entire town in a bayou being swallowed by higher seas.Read More
A huge swath of the US is facing massive droughts. It’s only going to get worse.Read More
With fake sand, real water, and super-realistic details, the model is a powerful tool in the fight against sea-level rise.Read More
A tsunami of human-made troubles in the Indonesian capital poses an imminent threat to the city’s survival. And it has to deal with mounting threats from climate change.Read More
What are policymakers doing in light of the uptick of natural disasters and the devastation they bring communities? Can Congress bridge the political divide to take action to guard our future against climate change? A conversation on Future Tense.Read More