One year later, take an interactive look at Superstorm Sandy's genesis, impacts, and the aftermath.
This year's Antarctic ozone hole is smaller than last's. It's still a long road to recovery, though.
An analysis on a hidden health hazard of climate change - the staggering levels of air pollution from large wildfires.
Overall U.S. greenhouse gas emission dropped by 4.5 percent, but methane emissions are more complicated.
U.S. carbon dioxide emissions related to energy consumption in 2012 dropped to their lowest point since 1994.
Take a visual tour from Antarctica to Australia with the top six climate news stories of the week.
A look at how both precipitation and temperature have changed this season since 1970.
Foliage color and timing has been starting later, on average, in a warming world.
The new IPCC report includes a budget for cumulative carbon emissions in order to avert "dangerous" climate change.
New greenhouse gas emissions standards for new power plants are unlikely to affect overall U.S. emissions.
Climate Central Senior Scientist and IPCC lead author Claudia Tebaldi discusses findings from the new report.
The IPCC's new climate science report contains vital charts about the future of our climate, and they're not pretty.
Without drastic and rapid cuts in CO2 emissions, the IPCC's climate report projects a bleak future.
Since 1970, much of the U.S. has seen the frost-free season get longer, on the backdrop of rising temperatures across the country.
Top 5 things to look for in Friday's IPCC report updating the science on global climate change.
An interactive look at the top indicators of a warming world, complete with high-resolution graphics.
The soon-to-be released IPCC climate report comes at time when experts question the usefulness of the panel.
Early IPCC coverage is focusing on the global warming "hiatus" and climate sensitivity estimates.
Warmth baked the West while rain soaked the Southeast this summer in record-setting fashion.
August 2013 was the fourth warmest such month on record for the globe, with the warmest ocean temperatures.