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Rising sea levels along the California coast. Severe droughts in Nevada. Record heat in Arizona. Climate change is having an undeniable impact in the West.
Nevadans north and south are starting to feel the effects of climate change.
Aggressive water conservation measures have been put in place in Southern Nevada to conserve precious Colorado River water.
Organizers around the world are planning a day of action to call attention to climate change on Friday, September 20.
We all know climate change is an important issue. But just how important is it to voters?
The Nature Conservancy is working with the Nevada Mining Association on a plan that would make it possible to develop renewable energy plants on so-called brownfield sites, such as defunct mines.
Sales of electric vehicles, including hybrids, grew by nearly a quarter last year. And demand is expected to grow even more as state governments incentivize electric vehicles.
Electric power plants currently produce 28 percent of U.S. greenhouse gases. And Nevada lawmakers want 50 percent of the state's electricity to come from renewable energy by 2030.
Water is one of the world's most important resources, and in desert climates, it’s even more precious, as climate change makes it hotter and drier.
Climate change has become a major topic for both voters and the candidates trying to take the presidency from Donald Tru
Research is coming out about the importance of planting trees to combat climate change. Trees absorb and store carbon dioxide.
According to a study by the Weather Channel and Climate Central, Reno is the fastest-warming city in the United State