More than ever, the world’s ways of keeping hunger at bay are taking a pounding as food shocks become more frequent
The most limited rise in global temperatures—never mind higher ones—is going to exact a price.
Gov. Jerry Brown declares a state of emergency in Lake County, the scene of the largest of the fires, about 120 miles north of San Francisco.
Research suggests that the worst droughts will last three to four times longer than they did in the last decades of the last century.
New research suggests that the number and severity of floods will grow, as will the number of extended and severe droughts.
If climate change is at work in northern Africa, and it is, the same may hold true for some of the world’s other deserts, researchers warn.
Despite ambitious plans to use more renewable energy and boost water supplies, the North African nation is being seriously affected by rising temperatures.
A longtime resident reports on the water crisis in the South African city, where the supply to homes and businesses is expected to be cut off in May, and his own efforts to slash consumption.
Rep. Devin Nunes' constituents in central California care little about his controversial memo on the Russia probe. They care more about Nunes' championing of farmers' rights.