Study finds nearly 5,900 natural gas pipeline leaks in Washington, D.C., but officials there dismiss hazard.
Changes in sea ice could be responsible for shifting mercury and ozone levels in the Arctic's atmosphere.
CO2 emissions from burning fossil fuels in the U.S. increased in 2013, halting a trend in declining fossil fuels emissions.
Trains will likely keep shipping oil despite Keystone XL Pipeline and risks highlighted by recent oil train disasters.
A visual tour of the week's top news in climate science from around the world.
Climate Central meteorologist Bernadette Woods Placky explains why cold snaps like the polar vortex happen in a warming world.
Hear what Climate Central's Bernadette Woods-Placky had to say on the White House's Google+ hangout.
Australia has kicked off 2014 with a severe heat wave that has felled records across the country.
Vulnerable to climate change, South Carolina communities are struggling to respond and plan for the future.
Bernadette Woods-Placky and Andrew Freedman hit the the morning TV shows to put the cold in context.
While every region of the country has seen a rise in winter temperatures since 1970, precipitation trends paint a more varied picture.
Since 1970, winters in the continental U.S. have warmed by 0.61°F per decade on average.
Report shows how NY and CA are energy efficiency leaders despite also being among nation’s largest consumers.
Our six top climate stories of the week packaged into one great slideshow for easy reading.
Climate Central's Andrew Freedman comes in at second most prolific climate change reporter of 2013.
20 great images and 20 great stories tell the year in climate change news and research.
Our year-end infographic has it all, a one-stop shop for stats on everything from temperature to tornadoes.
In the mood for a white Christmas? A new map will help you play the odds in the U.S.
A new analysis says there are still many uncertainties about how climate change is affecting drought globally.
Producing electricity from natural gas saves much more water than producing power from coal says study.