All 2013

Researchers announce they have discovered the likely answer to the lingering question of why the Earth hasn't warmed much in the past decade, even though emissions continue to rise. More>>
Arctic sea ice reached its maximum extent for 2013 in mid-March and was the sixth-lowest on record, putting all 10 lowest ice maxes in the past decade. More>>
A November study found that despite all the controversy surrounding fracking, most Americans know little or nothing about it. More>>
In a stark reversal from last year, 2013 will see daily record lows outnumber daily record highs for the first time in 20 years. More >>
Scientists discover global warming has already doubled the risk of Hurricane Katrina-magnitude storm surges in the U.S. More>>
If global warming were a race, the Northern Hemisphere would be winning. And this year, two studies shed light on the disparity and how it could have profound consequences. More>>
On June 25, President Obama announced his broad plan to limit carbon emissions and prepare the nation for climate change impacts. More >>
Climate scientists took a break from their research to be fashion models, and you can hang the results on your wall come 2014. More>>
A sobering study tied climate change and climate extremes to conflict at all levels, from U.S. cities to the Middle East. More >>
This is what global warming looks like: Two interactives released show that while the warming rate has slowed, we’re clearly living on a warming planet. More >>
Wild weather swings, like the Midwest and South Central states shifting from floods to drought and back to floods again, may be a sign of what's to come due in part to global warming. More>>
A new interactive graphic highlights Hurricane Sandy’s untold filthy legacy . . . sewage. More>>
In trying to make sense of the Moore, Okla., tragedy, we examine whether & how climate change may be influencing tornadoes. More >>
New images, report revealed how at least a dozen busy U.S. airports have been found vulnerable to sea level rise-related flooding risks, including all three of NYC's major airports. More >>
The world's two greatest carbon emitters, the U.S. and China, agreed to expand their joint efforts to curb climate change. More >>
Stunning time-lapse video taken by the employees of Yosemite National Park revealed the power of Yosemite's Rim fire, California's fifth largest wildfire on record. More >>
A detailed look at how the Boulder, Colo., floods fit into the broader climate change and extreme weather discussion. More >>
As many as 5 billion people may face a climate very different from today's by 2050, announced an October study. And the areas to experience changes first may surprise you. More >>
One group began an ambitious plan to create the world's first comprehensive database of coral reef health using cutting-edge technology. More >>
Data collected from Baffin Island, Canada indicated that part of the Arctic is warmer now than at any other time in the past 120,000 years. More>>