This Beer Company Will Replant Your Trees If They’re Damaged by a Hurricane
Cerveza Patagonia plants a tree for every case of beer they sell.
The Smoke From West Coast Wildfires Is Blowing East Over the U.S. — and It’s Visible from Space
“The smoke was so thick and widespread that it was easily visible from 1.5 million kilometers (1 million miles) away from Earth,” NASA said.
Fast-moving Colorado Fire Forces Thousands of Evacuations, Closing of National Forest
The Roosevelt National Forest is partially closed.
A Wildfire Has Burned at Least 13 Miles of Mt. Kilimanjaro
Guests or employees were not harmed in the fires.
Hurricane Delta Approaches the Gulf Coast As a Category 3
The storm has winds up to 115 mph.
Hurricane Delta Makes Landfall in Mexico, Could Bring Flash Flooding to US by End of the Week
Tourists have been evacuated from hotels and airlines have issued travel waivers.