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‘This Week’ Zeroes in on Climate & Climate Central’s Cullen

‘This Week’ Zeroes in on Climate & Climate Central’s Cullen

With the East Coast under a seeming barrage of ice and snow this winter and parts of the West facing record drought, Climate Central's Heidi Cullen was front and center on "This Week" with George Stephanopoulos talking about climate change and extreme weather. Cullen was joined by North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, AB… Read More

Climate Central Meteorologist Talks Extreme Weather

Climate Central Meteorologist Talks Extreme Weather

Uncommon winter weather is striking the Deep South, and the Northeast is being buried in more than a foot of snow in some places. It seems like it's the winter that never quits. Yet at the same time, California is seeing record highs and the Sochi Winter Olympics are seeing in warm weather that is turning snow there into slush. Climate Central Mete… Read More

6 Degrees: Sunsets, Cows, Obama and More

6 Degrees: Sunsets, Cows, Obama and More

Six hot climate stories you may have missed this week. … Read More

Uncertainty a Big Hurdle in Colorado Climate Planning

Uncertainty a Big Hurdle in Colorado Climate Planning

Progress in Colorado's climate change adaptation planning is hampered by uncertainty in how climate change will affect the state even as the its recent disasters serve as a reminder of how vulnerable Colorado is to climate change.… Read More

Six Degrees: Emissions, Explosions, Fires & More

Six Degrees: Emissions, Explosions, Fires & More

Six photos show the top climate news from this week around the globe. … Read More

Six Degrees: Frigid U.S., Hot Australia and 2013 Fireworks

Six Degrees: Frigid U.S., Hot Australia and 2013 Fireworks

Our six top climate stories of the week packaged into one great slideshow for easy reading.… Read More

In Australia, 2013 Was a Scorcher for the Record Books

In Australia, 2013 Was a Scorcher for the Record Books

The numbers are in and Australia just finished it’s hottest year since recordkeeping began in 1910. Not only was 2013 the hottest year on record, but it featured other notable milestones from adding a new color to the temperature map to a wild start to bushfire season to sweltering oceans. And while the calendar has turned to 2014, the mercury app… Read More

20 Indelible Images Tell the Tale of 2013 in Climate

20 Indelible Images Tell the Tale of 2013 in Climate

20 great images and 20 great stories tell the year in climate change news and research.… Read More