Explore Stories From Our Week-Long Series: Climate in Crisis

NBC Bay Area and NBC News present Climate in Crisis. All this week, see how people in the Bay Area are finding new ways to shrink our carbon footprint — from the food you eat to the clothes you wear. Plus, take a look at danger zones around the globe and see how climate change is impacting us here at home.

A Changing Ocean:

Warm Pacific Temperatures Could Signal a Return of 'The Blob'

Scientists have their eyes on a heat wave in the middle of the Pacific Ocean that bears a striking resemblance to “The Blob” of 2014, 2015 and 2016. A large area of water that’s much warmer than normal is already beginning to affect marine life. If it persists, it could cause problems up and down the California coast.

Climate Strike:

Bay Area Activists Join Global Effort to Combat Climate Change

Interactive Map:

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Sea Level Rise Viewer

Climate Danger Zones:

NBC Bay Area meteorologists examine the vulnerable hotspots around the globe

Why Climate Matters

Bay Area residents at a Climate Crisis town hall meeting in San Francisco discuss climate change. Tell us why climate matters by posting on Twitter or Instagram and using #ClimateInCrisis

Fighting Climate Change With Cleaner Aircraft

Air travel, which for decades have been a big polluter, has plans to clean up its act. And some of those plans run through Silicon Valley

Sea Level Rise:

With scientists predicting sea level rise of up to 10 feet in the next 80 years in the Bay Area, there are signs at least some of those dire forecasts are sinking in as cities and developers brace for the future

Not So Impossible:

Silicon Valley Company Leads Way to Sustainable Food

Fighting Climate Change:

The Bay Area's New Fashion Trend

Dairy Farmer Leading Charge to Reduce Methane Gas

As the world looks for ways of reducing polluting greenhouse gases that contribute to climate change, a Marin County man has taken aim at his own dairy in the fight

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