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The third death of a rare North Atlantic right whale this year has been confirmed.
Taking "unprecedented action" to limit climate change will involve capturing CO2 that's already in the atmosphere, according to a report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.
Charles Smith says the wind was so loud during the storm, he didn't hear his Gulf View Motel's roof get ripped off.
Residents are faced with burned hillsides and more than 1,000 home sites contaminated with toxic ash. As winter rains approach, so does the threat of mudslides.
Brittany Cole and her family lost their home in Panama City, Florida, to heavy winds and flooding. They are staying with relatives while they await federal assistance.
Top journalists open their notebooks and look ahead to the week’s news at home and abroad.
Michael destroyed homes, knocked down trees and made roads impassable, and in Apalachicola, there's another concern: oysters.
Residents of the Florida Panhandle, many without power or cell service, take stock of the damage to their homes.
Sean Kearns returned to his home Thursday night to find his stilted house intact, but many of his neighbors' homes flooded or blown off their foundations by the storm.
Justice Kavanaugh takes his seat on the Supreme Court. Nikki Haley heads for the exits. Hurricane Michael threatens lives. The weekly news roundtable digs in.
The report discusses the impact of limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius, compared with 2 C.
The day after Hurricane Michael struck Florida, Here & Now's Robin Young gets an eyewitness view of the wreckage from someone in Gadsden County, just west of Tallahassee.
WFSU news director Lynn Hatter joins Here & Now from the hurricane-ravaged region, a day after near-Category 5 Hurricane Michael tore through the area.
As Michael moves through Georgia, the Carolinas and parts of Virginia, meteorologist Jeff Huffman discusses the storm's track and intensity.
The storm left more than 900,000 people without power across the South -- about half of them in Florida, where the state's Panhandle was hit the hardest.
Massachusetts environmental politics and policies take center stage at a gubernatorial forum.
More than at any other time in history, writes Fred Hewett, the human race must shoulder the burden of caring for the Earth, as one cares for a patient with...
Hurricane Michael will make landfall as a Category 4 storm Wednesday afternoon. Here & Now gets the latest from NPR's Greg Allen.
Gov. Rick Scott says it is too late for residents in most coastal areas to evacuate ahead of the storm, which is expected to make landfall Wednesday afternoon.
Invasive Asian carp have been a problem in the U.S. for decades and are making their way to Tennessee, WPLN's Jay Shah reports.