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The UN leader's unique and lonely role on climate

Photo illustration of Secretary-General Guterres in front of bursting shapes, including one filled with images of greenhouse gas emissions
Photo illustration: Annelise Capossela/Axios. Photo: Mark Baker-Pool/Getty Images

Polar bear discovery in Greenland raises cautious hopes for conservation

 A polar bear stands on a snow-covered iceberg that is surrounded by fast ice, or sea ice connected to the shore, in Southeast Greenland in March 2016. Photo: Kristin Laidre/University of Washington
A polar bear stands on a snow-covered iceberg surrounded by fast ice, or sea ice connected to the shore, in southeast Greenland in March 2016. Photo: Kristin Laidre/University of Washington

Drought-hit Colorado River water supplies near "moment of reckoning"

Dry cracked earth is visible in an area of Lake Powell that was previously underwater on March 28, 2022 in Page, Arizona.
An area of Lake Powell in Page, Arizona, in March that was previously underwater. Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

Historic Yellowstone flooding forces 10,000 to flee park

In this aerial view, flooding is seen on June 14, 2022 in Livingston, Montana.
An aerial view of flooding in Livingston, Mont., on Tuesday. Photo: William Campbell/Getty Images
Andrew Freedman
Updated Jun 14, 2022 - Energy & Environment

Extreme weather slams the U.S., from flooding to fires

Image of a raging river and collapsing road in Yellowstone National Park.
Photo of a raging river and eroding road in Yellowstone National Park on June 13, 2022. Phoo: National Park Service

Exclusive: Jupiter Intel inks climate risk deal with Boston Consulting Group

Illustration of a climate-themed Ouija board with binary code in place of the alphabet and extreme weather illustrations in the corners of the board
Illustration: Annelise Capossela/Axios

33 large wildfires rage across 5 U.S. states

A 10 Tanker DC-10 jet delivers fire retardant as crews continue to battle the Sheep Fire on Monday.
A Tanker DC-10 jet delivers fire retardant as crews battle the Sheep Fire in California on Monday. Photo: Robert Gauthier/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images
Andrew Freedman
Updated Jun 13, 2022 - Energy & Environment

Record-breaking heat wave envelops nearly 130 million in U.S.

Computer model projection of the "misery index" of heat plus humidity, showing the heat wave in the Central U.S.
Computer model projection of the "misery index" of heat plus humidity, showing the heat wave in the Central U.S. on June 13. Image: Earth.nullschool.net

First look: Climate careers platform raises money, launches app

Illustration of a timer with the earth as the clockface.
Illustration: Maura Losch/Axios