The amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere has a strong correlation with rising temperatures.
Climate change has delayed the date of the annual Arctic sea ice minimum.
Summers are not just getting hotter, they’re getting muggier as the dewpoint temperature is rising due to climate change.
Each of the National Parks faces unique challenges from climate change, including increased heat.
April 2016 was the hottest April on record globally.
Temperatures we think of as normal are getting warmer.
If the first three months of 2016 are any indication, meeting the 1.5°C challenge will be increasingly difficult.
The rapidly warming Arctic is already impacting Alaska, as earlier ice breakups on the Tanana River are more likely.