:We need to remind people that any time you breathe, you are breathing something toxic into your body."
Police K-9 Loki is back to work after a heat-related illness, but climate impacts for law enforcement won't be going away.
Whether someone is building, living in or trying to sell their home, they must be prepared for a variety of risks.
A new study finds 91% of Jordan's tanker water is illegally sourced. It fills gaps in public utility access but adds to climate impacts.
Gas-powered lawn mowers still account for most machines, but the use of clean next-gen electric mowers is on the rise.
Sources of urban heat below ground, like trains and pipes, are causing land deformation and subsidence that can threaten Chicago's buildings.