Scientists say they have found a way to feed billions of people, while reducing environmental stresses.
Extreme weather dominates the top climate stories that happened this week and there's a quiz too.
The wildfires searing the Northwest Territories could be a harbinger of things to come in a warming world.
A new report shows just how costly climate- and weather-related disasters are across the globe.
January-June 2014 was the warmest first half to a year in California, helping fuel the state's drought.
Groundwater has helped farmers trying to survive the California drought, but losses are still heavy.
The military is already looking at its climate change vulnerabilities but more needs to be done.
The emerging field of downscaling helps people deal with climate change at the neighborhood scale.
Findings put to rest claims that the world could not afford to act on climate change.
From rain in Recife to drought in California, see some of the best weather & climate images from the week.
The first five months of the year in Alaska have been unusually warm, particularly in far northern Barrow.
A new study looks at how waves in the atmosphere affect extreme weather around the northern hemisphere.
Generators from nuclear reactors & coal-fired power plants will feel the brunt of weather changes, report says.
One third of California is now in the worst stage of drought. The situation could worsen over the summer.
Heat waves and water shortages could devastate U.S. farmlands devoted to corn crop, a new report warns.
Energy Information Administration's online energy map shows infrastructure in path of extreme weather.
A decrease in winter fog has made driving safer, but is hurting California's $15 billion fruit & nut crop.
Brazil’s worst drought in decades is severely reducing hydropower energy supplies in advance of World Cup.
Sun kinks warp railroads, CO2 emissions enter space age, rains and floods all top climate news this week.
Much-needed rain fell in the Southern Plains, with some minor improvements in the region's drought.