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Florida Gulf Coast In Idalia’s Path

Less than a year after Hurricane Ian hammered Florida's Gulf Coast, the region is bracing for another potentially major hurricane. Hurricane Idalia (pronounced ee-DAL-ya) was off the western tip of Cuba with

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Hilary Drops Years Worth Of Rain

The remains of Hurricane Hilary, now a post-tropical storm, is inundating Southern California and northwestern Mexico, with “continued life-threatening and locally catastrophic flooding” according to the National Hurricane Center. The first tropical

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NOAA Forecast Update: More Storms

Private insurance companies are abandoning the state of Florida, and the state's "last resort" Citizens Property Insurance Corp., now its largest insurer, stands a one-in-four chance its reserves could be completely wiped

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Methane Gas Export Facilities Struggling

In an indication that demand may be less than their developers believed, proposed methane gas export facilities along the Gulf Coast are struggling, or failing, to secure funding and move forward, Nola.com

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Hail, Extreme Weather Hinder Renewables

Extreme weather fueled by climate change is making the investments crucial to cutting climate pollution more expensive — sometimes prohibitively — to insure, Bloomberg reports. From solar panel-pummeling baseball-size hail to flooding,

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Condominium Evacuated in South Florida

Residents of yet another South Florida condominium were forced to quickly evacuate on Tuesday after an engineering inspection raised "serious concerns" about the building's structural integrity. The 63-year-old Majestic Isle condominium in

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White House Budget Comes for Oil and Gas

President Biden’s 2024 budget proposal includes eliminating oil and gas subsidies, raising taxes on the wealthy, and investing in clean energy. House Republicans have already come out against the proposal. Ending fossil

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Gabrielle Hits New Zealand

Cyclone Gabrielle is hammering northern New Zealand just weeks after deadly storms dumped record-breaking amounts of rain on the region. The new prime minister described the storm as "probably the biggest we've

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