We’re getting better at tracking and predicting fires. But when it comes to the biggest, deadliest blazes, there isn’t much to do but evacuate.
A tiny island on Canada’s West coast is planting trees that thrived millions of years ago, when temperatures were much warmer than they are today. It could save their forests from climate change.
A whopping 40 percent think the science is 'unclear' on climate change.
Less than one in five cities around the globe is taking action. Congratulations New York, sorry Philadelphia.
After forest fires levelled entire neighbourhoods in the oil-rich Alberta town, residents are returning to find that rebuilding might not be as easy as they were promised.
It could be a refuge for plants and animals as temperatures warm.
The fire first broke out on May 1 and spread to nearly 6,000 square kilometers at its peak, destroying over 1,900 buildings in Fort Mac, the hub of Canada's oil sands in northern Alberta.
Some 300 firefighters arrived to much fanfare in Canada to help battle a blaze that continues to rage in Alberta. But things have soured over their $15 a day stipend arranged by their local organization.
A new study shows the Arctic is turning green.
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