Learn what threatens the future of the planet —and how you can do your part to protect it.
The Great Lakes are higher than they’ve ever been, and we’re not sure what will happen next
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- •The Great Lakes are higher than they’ve ever been, and we’re not sure what will happen next
- •This summer’s severe temperatures could make the pandemic even more complicated
- •The polar vortex is bringing snow to the US this weekend, because chaos loves company
- •The unexpected way COVID-19 is screwing up weather reports
- •Stay-at-home science project: Whip up a storm in a glass
Over the next 83 years, climate change's cascading effects will force U.S. residents inward, upward, and away from newly uninhabitable areas.
Everyone loves a good lightning show, but there's an entire display above those billowing clouds that you are probably missing.