Water shortages may lead to conflict

Due to the changing climate, countries and regions around the world are now facing water shortages, and these shortages increases the risks of conflict in the future.


Before COVID-19 tore through India, the country and its political leaders were dealing with agricultural reform that erupted in protests against the ruling government. India is home to about a quarter of the world’s population, with 1.36 Billion people, yet …

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Western US face high risks for 2021 fire season

After a devastating 2020 fire season, the Western United States is poised to face another tough season in the coming months due to severe drought conditions. Residents across the Western region should be aware of the coming threats and plan accordingly.

2020 Recap

Over 10 million acres of land was burned by wildfires across the United States in 2020, which was the worst in recorded history.

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Expect more failures like Texas

The weather incident that impacted the state of Texas in February 2021 will become a common occurrence in the United States and across the world. Businesses, families, and communities must steps to prepare for disruption when infrastructure fails.

The Climate has changed. Our infrastructure has not.

Climate change is no longer a future threat. It is here. Now. And as the snow brought basic civilization to a halt in …

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