Like New York, Miami faces the challenge of rising seas, but with a number of critical differences.
Drought in the West is causing the land to rise as water loss lifts a massive weight from the earth, a study shows.
Since 1970, cities have been warming, and have been getting hotter far faster than adjacent rural areas.
July 2014 was the 4th-warmest on record globally, following world's warmest June on record.
Monitor wildfires currently active in the lower 48 states and Alaska with Climate Central’s interactive map.
A new study says growing acidification off Alaska’s waters threatens the state’s whole economy.
New research shows that forest ecosystems are particularly vulnerable to rapid changes in the climate.
This week has everything from saving tons of CO2 to the climate context of New England's epic floods.
Torrents of rain fell in some U.S. cities, setting records, while a funnel cloud formed near a UK runway.
Heavy rains have ravaged the Northeast from Baltimore to Long Island, setting records along the way.
A roundup of coverage on the most extensive and intense drought to hit the U.S. since at least 1956.
A new report on climate change and water supplies in Colorado could be a warning for other Western states.
California has had its hottest first seven months of the year, crushing the previous record.
Coffee's low genetic diversity plus a shifting climate leads to more risks of infestation from pests & diseases.
Pyrocumulus clouds over western wildfires lead this week's roundup of the best weather and climate photos.
A persistent high pressure ridge and cooler ocean waters typically keep Hawaii from seeing any hurricanes.
The Atlantic hurricane season may be more lackluster than thought with conditions unfavorable to storms.
Analysis shows how many more “extremely hot” days different U.S. cities could feel in the near future.
A new mapping tool shows how floods could drown some of the nation’s most critical power plants.
Large tornado outbreaks are becoming more common with a possible climate change assist.