The U.S. West Coast Is Now So Acidic That It's Dissolving Baby Crab Shells
Human-caused emissions are acidifying the oceans at a terrifying rate, and it's now affecting creatures scientists once thought were resilient.
Super Typhoon Yutu, the Strongest Storm of 2018, Is Making Landfall on Pacific Islands
With a Category 5 intensity, Super Typhoon Yutu has hit the Northern Mariana Islands. It's expected to devastate the remote region.
A 6.5-Magnitude Earthquake Hit Off the California Coast
The quake could be felt as far south as the Bay Area and up north into Oregon, but wasn't strong enough to cause any property damage or injuries.
Vancouver Considers Abandoning Parts of the Coast Because of Climate Change
The city’s new report on sea level rise looks at many options to protect coastal areas from flooding. For the first time, moving people away from the coast altogether is one of them.