– Data Covid-19 USA – The disaster caused by the largest eruption in decades has been defined so far by the nation’s near-complete disconnection in an ever-connected age.
– Data Covid-19 USA – Engineers know how to protect people from tornadoes like the ones that recently devastated parts of Kentucky, but builders have headed off efforts to toughen standards.
The latest Global Health Security Index finds that no country is positioned well to respond to outbreaks.
Some activists called the agreement in Glasgow disappointing, but it establishes a clear consensus that all countries need to do much more.
As nearly 200 nations struggle over global climate negotiations, the world’s two biggest polluters sign an agreement that is short on details..
Scientists learned lessons from the 2018 outburst on the island of Hawaii that are changing how responders prepare for eruptions in other places.
Some 20,000 people are preparing to attend climate talks hosted by the United Nations starting at the end of the month. Here are some key facts to know before they go.
Much of the state, including New Orleans, lost power for days because many of Entergy’s electrical poles and towers were not built to withstand a major hurricane, energy experts said.
A huge power failure after Hurricane Ida left vulnerable residents in sweltering apartments for days. At least 10 deaths in the city have been tied to the heat.
Forecasters are warning of dangerously high temperatures this weekend as 70 percent of the city remains without power after Hurricane Ida.
A massive flood protection system built around New Orleans helped save it from flooding during Hurricane Ida. Surrounding communities, which weren’t so lucky, want their own system.
- Nach der Ampelklausur: Wie Scholz auf Fragen nicht antwortet Nach der ersten Klausurtagung der Ampelkoalition haben die Journalisten eine Menge Fragen. Beantwortet wird kaum eine davon, und wenn, dann von Habeck oder Lindner. Erst am Schluss wird Bundeskanzler Scholz etwas konkreter.