December 2020

Wildfire smoke changes dramatically as it ages, and that matters for downwind air quality – here’s what we learned flying through smoke plumes

The 12 months 2020 will be remembered for lots of causes, such as its history-breaking wildfires that turned San Francisco’s skies an apocalyptic shade of red and blanketed significant areas of the West in smoke… Read More »Wildfire smoke changes dramatically as it ages, and that matters for downwind air quality – here’s what we learned flying through smoke plumes

The Marshall Islands could be wiped out by climate change – and their colonial history limits their ability to save themselves

Alongside U.S. coastlines, from California to Florida, people are having increasingly accustomed to “king tides.” These excess-large tides cause flooding and wreak havoc on afflicted communities. As local weather change raises sea degrees, they are… Read More »The Marshall Islands could be wiped out by climate change – and their colonial history limits their ability to save themselves