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Tales of Ancient Sea Rise Told for 10,000 Years

Without using a written language, early Australians remembered the rise of the seas for 10,000 years.

Scientists Find Which Coral Reefs Will Survive Warming

Study shows which parts of the Great Barrier Reef & others can bounce back from mass bleaching events.

Cold Nights Are Decreasing Across the U.S.

Cold nights are on the decline across the U.S. Find out by how much in your neck of the woods.

Picture This: Illuminating Lightning & Rare Texas Snow

Even during a short work week, the weather offered plenty of stunning images from Earth and space.

The Method to Our 1-in-27 Million Madness

The odds of having a string of hot years is about 1-in-27 million. Here's how we calculated the odds.

Boston’s Got Gas as Methane Seeps from City

Boston's methane emissions from aging pipes and other sources may be more than double official estimates.

Climate Change Moves the Doomsday Clock

The Doomsday Clock is just three minutes from midnight due in part to climate change.

Woods Placky Discusses El Nino and the Big Picture

CCTV America interviews Climate Central Meteorologist Bernadette Woods Placky about the El Nino weather phenomenon.

U.S. Coal Declines, Bucks Global Trend

U.S. coal production may be declining partly because of the market and partly because of climate policy.

Heat Stroke, Anyone? Tennis Grand Slams Heating Up

Temperatures are rising at all four tennis grand slams, and the Australian Open is still the hottest.

Roker and Lemonick Discuss Obama’s Climate Plan

The Weather Channel’s Al Roker and Stephanie Abrams turn to Senior Science Writer Michael Lemonick for his take on Obama's climate plan.…

Watch 28 Years of Old Arctic Ice Disappear in One Minute

A new video from NOAA shows how much older sea ice the Arctic has lost since 1987.

After December Rains, California Comes Up Dry

After deluging rains in December, January has been dry for California and drought has re-intensified.

Study Downgrades Climate Impact of Wood Burning

Traditional wood burning is more sustainable and less environmentally damaging than previously thought.

Watch 135 Years of Global Warming in 30 Seconds

Thanks to NASA, you only need 30 seconds to see how the world has warmed over the past 135 years.

Five Graphics That Show 2014’s Record Heat

Take a look at five graphics that put last year's record-setting heat in a larger climate context.

7 Things To Know About the EPA’s Methane Limits

Seven things to know about the EPA's plan to cap methane emissions from oil and gas wells.

A Broken Record: 2014 Hottest Year

With NASA and NOAA's global numbers in, 2014 is officially the hottest year in the 135-year record.

EPA Plans Oil and Gas Methane Emissions Cuts

The Obama administration is planning to slash oil and gas methane emissions 45 percent below 2012 levels.

Moisture Shortfall, Heat Threaten Southwestern Forests

To see what mountain forest fires of the Southwest will look like in the future, look back at 2011.

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Montana’s Wind Energy Potential Montana's estimated wind power potential is about equal to the electricity consumed by the 19 lighted states.

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