Minnesota has surpassed the goals it set more than a decade ago for renewable-energy standards.
Erinanne Saffell, state climatologist, said it is important to note Arizona evaluates short-term and long-term drought, both of which have recently improved.
A study co-authored by a University of New England researcher finds the majority of the world's glaciers could disappear by the end of the century.
Some Nevada laws going into effect this year aim to move the state's clean-energy goals forward and help reduce air pollution.
Hotter temperatures are changing the agricultural landscape in the Pacific Northwest, especially for iconic tree fruit growers.
As temperatures rise and rainfall grows erratic, planting different crops is one way farmers can adapt to climate change.
Rivers of muddy water from heavy rainfall raced through city streets as thousands of people evacuated homes downhill from California's wildfire burn scars amid atmospheric river storms drenching the state in early January 2023.
The California Air Resources Board which is responsible for developing plans to meet established statutory greenhouse gas emission goals, came under fire in a recent brief by the California Legislative Analyst's Office assessing California's climate policies.
California has seen so much rain over the past few weeks that farm fields are inundated and normally dry creeks and drainage ditches have become torrents of water racing toward the ocean. Yet, most of the state remains in severe drought.
Michigan farmers and others are growing crops, trees and livestock on the same land to help battle climate change.