A new NOAA analysis shows U.S.
Potent Greenhouse Gas Declines in the US, Confirming Success of Control Efforts
Towering Wildfire Clouds Have Big Impacts on the Stratosphere
Images of vast clouds of wildfire smoke towering into the sky have become all too familiar from recent active fire years across the weste
Western Wildfires Destroying More Homes Per Square Mile Burned
More than three times as many houses and other structures burned in Western wildfires in 2010-2020 than in the previous decade, and that wasn’t only because more acreage burned, a new analysis has found. Human ignitions started 76 percent of the wildfires that destroyed structures, and those fires tended to be in flammable areas where homes, commercial structures, and outbuildings are increasingly common.