#weather

  • Article: Countries Are Losing Up to $13 Billion a Year as People Flee War and Disaster

    Countries Are Losing Up to $13 Billion a Year as People Flee War and Disaster

    From Thomson Reuters Foundation|Feb. 14, 2019

    One-fifth of the Central African Republic's 4.5 million population has fled their homes since 2013. Read more

  • Article: Climate Shocks Could Cause HIV Rates to Rise in Africa

    Climate Shocks Could Cause HIV Rates to Rise in Africa

    From Thomson Reuters Foundation|Jan. 31, 2019

    Teenage girls who grow up in areas hit by harsh drought are more likely to contract HIV. Read more

  • Article: 15 Displaced Syrian Children Died Due to a Lack of Medical Care in the Past Month

    15 Displaced Syrian Children Died Due to a Lack of Medical Care in the Past Month

    By Jerica Deck|Jan. 16, 2019

    The youngest child was only one hour old. Read more

  • Article: Confused by Climate Change, Japan's Famous Cherry Blossoms Bloom Six Months Early

    Confused by Climate Change, Japan's Famous Cherry Blossoms Bloom Six Months Early

    By Jerica Deck|Oct. 19, 2018

    The pink flowers usually bloom in March or April. Read more

  • Article: Climate Disasters Cause Global Economic Losses to Soar: UN

    Climate Disasters Cause Global Economic Losses to Soar: UN

    From Thomson Reuters Foundation|Oct. 10, 2018

    In the past 20 years, 77% of disaster losses were caused by extreme weather. Read more

  • Article: Mexico City's First Elected Female Mayor Sets Her Sights on Smog

    Mexico City's First Elected Female Mayor Sets Her Sights on Smog

    By Erica Sanchez  and  Joanna Prisco|Aug. 6, 2018

    When scientist Claudia Sheinbaum takes office, she hopes to bring the city out of the dark. Read more

  • Article: Here's Why 100 TV Meteorologists Wore the Same Tie on the Summer Solstice

    Here's Why 100 TV Meteorologists Wore the Same Tie on the Summer Solstice

    By Joanna Prisco|June 22, 2018

    If you're seeing stripes, there's a good reason. Read more

  • Article: Last Year's Hurricane Season Was the Most Destructive on Record. This Year's Could Be Just as Bad.

    Last Year's Hurricane Season Was the Most Destructive on Record. This Year's Could Be Just as Bad.

    By Chris Gelardi|May 14, 2018

    Warming oceans are amplifying hurricane intensity. Read more