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On this page, we’ll be sharing latest stories from national and local news outlets that cover environmental issues impacting our nation’s natural resources and people.

Check out these relevant reads:

  • Miami is Used to Heat, but Not Like This (Inside Climate News)
    “Heat is a familiar fact of life here. The local NBA team is named for it. The tropical nature of it sets the region apart from the rest of the continental U.S. But that heat is changing.

  • Study finds human-caused climate change a definitive factor in brutal heat waves (PBS NewsHour)
    “A new analysis finds the brutal heat waves the world has experienced over the past month would be virtually impossible without the impact of human-caused climate change. It comes from an international group of researchers that are part of an initiative known as the World Weather Attribution. William Brangham discussed the assessment with meteorologist Bernadette Woods Placky of Climate Central.”

  • Hurricane Idalia Damage Assessment Imagery (NOAA)
    “From August 31 – September 2, 2023, the National Geodetic Survey collected aerial damage assessment images in the aftermath of Hurricane Idalia. Imagery was collected in specific areas by NOAA aircraft, identified by NOAA in coordination with FEMA and other state and federal partners.”