Ten years after Katrina, New Orleans is dealing with sinking land as sea levels rise.
Wildfires are making it hard to enjoy the scenic vistas National Parks are famous for.
More than 7 million acres of land have burned in the U.S. so far in 2015.
Hurricane Danny has formed as the first hurricane of the Atlantic season.
After a record warm July, 2015 looks to beat 2014 as the warmest year on record.
Scientists may have overestimated China's carbon dioxide emissions since 2000.
The EPA has proposed new rules limiting methane emissions from new fracked oil wells.
The world is getting a climate museum and its creators say it will be around for centuries.
Underground desert aquifers fed by irrigation could account for part of the missing land-based carbon sink.
Record heat continues across much of the West, helping to deepen drought and fuel wildfires.
NASA satellites have sent back a detailed view of rain and snow across the U.S. so far this year.
Climate change could mean more summer pests like mosquitoes and ticks across more parts of the country.
In many parts of the country, changes in climate have likely increased habitat suitability for mosquitoes.
Climate change has impacted the size and geographical distribution of tick populations.
The federal government is spending $12 million on carbon capture and storage research.
A new study finds that the recession, not natural gas use, caused carbon emissions to drop.
June 2015 was the warmest June on record, and there's a good chance 2015 will be the warmest year.
The annual State of the Climate report shows how 2014 broke all kinds of warming records.
Public land open for coal mining in the West has not been affected by federal climate policies.
Climate change is creating warmer summer nights for every state in the U.S.