Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin took to Twitter Friday morning to announce that Birmingham has been selected to receive a FEMA grant to improve the city’s drainage system. He attributed the city’s recent flooding to climate change.
Flash flooding can be a big problem for metropolitan areas with poor drainage, but mayor Randall Woodfin believes climate change and systemic racism have made it a much worse issue for the city of Birmingham.
While politicians and the national media tie destruction caused by Hurricane Ian to climate change, Alabama's climatologist is uncovering the truth with real data.
The REPLANT Act directs the Forest Service to plant more than a billion trees over the next decade, removes a cap of $30 million and is now expected to provide the agency significantly more resources every year to do so.
Listen to 1819 News Editor-in-Chief Ray Melick on News & Views with Joey Clark as they discuss climate change/global warming/global cooling, Biden gaffes, Parker Griffith's assessment of the Alabama Democratic Party, and Greenetrack's $76 million tax assessment.
By Erica Thomas, Managing Editor At least 90 people were killed during a tornado outbreak that impacted six states over the weekend....
The useless United Nations Climate Change Conference recently concluded in Scotland. Here’s a hilarious twist: with gas prices rising...