Almost half on NY’s timber harvest comes in winter, now shorter winters are crippling the industry.
Climate change threatens the vital Indus river waterway and the future of millions in Pakistan.
Arctic sea ice stats, volcanic eruptions, polar bears, pollen & more in a slideshow of the week's top climate news.
A close look at how stark the contrast is between the cold March of 2013 and the unusually hot March of 2012.
The West continues to be choked by drought while the Southeast has emerged from its tenacious grip.
Arctic sea ice hit its annual maximum as an unusual March weather pattern continues to affect U.S. & Europe.
Researchers find that shrinking sea ice is affecting polar bears' health and breeding success.
Adaptation expert Paul Kirshen proposes a new paradigm for civil engineers: 'safe to fail,' not 'fail safe.'
China cozies up to Arctic countries to secure "permanent observer" status on the Arctic Council.
Katrina-like storm surges, drought and heavy rains, and what we can learn from the ancient past.
NOAA's three-month spring outlook forecasts drought in the West, and warns of high-flood risks in the Midwest.
Within the coming decades, record-setting years like 2012 may become simply “average” in the U.S.
A year ago the U.S. was basking in a March heat wave. A year later, winter storms are more the norm.
Global warming has already doubled the risk of Hurricane Katrina-magnitude storm surges along the U.S. coast.
Severe weather season is here, raising the question of what 2013's tornado season has in store.
UN's report urges action on climate change, deforestation & pollution before it is too late.
A roundup of this week's top climate news in one great slideshow for your viewing pleasure.
The world’s rainforests may be able withstand climate change more robustly than scientists had thought.
Recent storms reveal that American computer modeling for weather forecasts lag behind those of other countries.
Storms brought relief to drought-stricken areas of the Midwest, but a rainfall deficit continues to plague the West.