When will spring come? Or has it already? Look up where you live.
Spring has come early across much of the country this year. Is that because of climate change or natural variation?By Harry Stevens
U.S. home heating is fractured in surprising ways: Look up your neighborhood
The split shows that much of the South, and rural America, could ditch fossil fuels easier than big cities and the coasts.By John Muyskens, Shannon Osaka and Naema Ahmed
The U.S. has caused the most global warming. When will China pass it?
China will soon pass the U.S. as history's biggest carbon dioxide emitter. Yet its relatively late start to development has allowed it to avoid helping bear the costs of climate change.By Harry Stevens
The risk of damage from hurricane winds will shift in coming decades. See the impact by Zip code.
Strong winds fueled by climate change are expected to reach further inland and northward, putting more Americans at risk.By John Muyskens, Andrew Ba Tran, Brady Dennis and Niko Kommenda
Here’s what the derailed Ohio train was carrying — and what was burned
A visual timeline of how the Norfolk Southern train disaster unfolded.By Simon Ducroquet, Niko Kommenda and John Muyskens
Will global warming make temperature less deadly?
Both extreme heat and cold are deadly, but more people globally die from cold. Does a warming planet actually save lives? It depends on where you live.By Harry Stevens
This is the environmental cost of the food we eat
Chicken or tuna? Tofu or lentils? Rice or potatoes? See which food is better for the planet.By Niko Kommenda, Naema Ahmed, Scott Dance and Simon Ducroquet
Trees were a California city’s salvation. Now they’re a grave threat.
Maps and videos show the scale of the damage that brutal storms inflicted on Sacramento’s trees this monthBy Niko Kommenda, Anna Phillips and Austin Meyer
The surprising reasons parts of Earth are warming more slowly
These relatively cool spots offer yet more examples of how humanity has damaged the planet.By Scott Dance, Niko Kommenda and Simon Ducroquet
We looked at 1,200 possibilities for the planet’s future. These are our best hope.
These scenarios help show us what needs to be done — and what we can still do.By Chris Mooney, Naema Ahmed and John Muyskens
Maps show how millions of people have moved into Hurricane Ian’s path
In few places is Florida’s population and development boom over the past half century more apparent than along the swath of coastline facing disastrous impacts from Ian, from the Tampa Bay area south to Fort Myers and Naples.By Simon Ducroquet, Brady Dennis and John Muyskens
More dangerous heat waves are on the way: See the impact by Zip code.
Explore our zip code level extreme heat map of the United States to see how heat waves and dangerous temperatures will affect your city in the coming years.By John Muyskens, Andrew Ba Tran, Anna Phillips, Simon Ducroquet and Naema Ahmed
London hit 104 degrees. That’s like 129 degrees in Phoenix.
See how some of the high temperature records set in Europe in July would translate to cities in the United States.By Naema Ahmed, John Muyskens, Kevin Schaul and Jason Samenow
1 in 6 Americans live in areas with significant wildfire risk
Here is a detailed map of wildfire exposure across the country. See how many properties are at risk in your region.By John Muyskens, Andrew Ba Tran, Naema Ahmed and Anna Phillips
How well do you know Biden’s environmental track record? Take our quiz.
How much do you know about Biden's environmental record? Take this quiz on what he's done so far.By John Muyskens, Brady Dennis and Juliet Eilperin