Climate Change Nebraska

Lindsay Johnson

Former Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said leaders like Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts and President Donald Trump threaten US national security by ignoring climate change. Photo by University of Nebraska Omaha

Trump, Ricketts Threaten Climate Security, Hagel Says Lack of climate leadership hurts all Americans, former US senator charges By: Kat Woerner Former Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said leaders like Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts and President Donald Trump threaten US national security by ignoring climate change. Photo by University of Nebraska Omaha President Donald Trump and

Nebraskans Agree Climate Change is Real Overwhelming majority of Nebraskans conclude: climate change is real – and it’s a serious threat By: Libby Seline Slightly more than seven in 10 Nebraskans believe climate change is real and happening now while about six in 10 favor replacing fossil fuels with renewable energy. The findings are from

Climate Change Has US Military Bases in Its Bullseye Omaha’s Offutt Air Force Base takes direct hit from 2019 floods By: Kat Woerner Many buildings on the Southern half of Offutt Air Force Base, Nebraska experienced devastating flooding in March 2019. Photo by Tech. Sgt. Rachelle Blake Offutt Air Force Base helps protect the US

https://videos.files.wordpress.com/ugyZc38c/trimmed-crane-sunrise_hd.mp4The annual migration of sandhill cranes over the Platte River near Kearney, Neb. Video by Michael Forsberg Colorado Construction Cranes May Harm Nebraska’s Sandhill Cranes Denver’s booming population poses potential problems for farmers and wildlife dependent on South Platte River Basin By: Brittni McGuire The sun peeks over the horizon. Construction workers in white hard

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Aerial drone image of the Platte River during the historic 2012 drought, the worst since the 1930s Dust Bowl. Photo by Ben Kreimer Scientists Say: Climate Change Is Here and Nebraska’s Not Immune Impacts of warming climate felt from Nairobi to North Platte By: Lindsay Johnson Eight-story-tall chunks of ice groan and grumble, plunging thunderously