Researchers say the impact of human activity on climate change far exceeds that of natural events.
As the climate warms and infrastructure ages, California is trying to boost underground water storage.
Over Trump's first 100 days, we're going to show what science tells us about our warming world.
The first month of 2017 was extremely warm for the globe, continuing a trend of planetary heat.
The 10 hottest years ever recorded have all occurred since 1998.
Pine Island Glacier just lost a Manhattan-sized iceberg. Scientists are calling it "an aftershock."
The federal government will use mud from dredging projects to protect coasts from erosion and rising seas.
Warm weather could send Arctic sea ice to a record low winter peak as Antarctic sea ice sets an all-time record low.
East Coast communities could flood three times a week within 30 years as seas rise and land sinks.
A group of prominent conservatives is pushing for a carbon tax that pays cash dividends to Americans.
U.S. forest health and the ability of farmers to respond to climate change are at risk under Trump's USDA.
Arctic sea ice is record low for this time of year and warm air is about to flood the region again.
More frequent heat waves will drive up electricity demand, potentially costing billions in infrastructure upgrades.
Parts of the U.S. may see 90 percent fewer days mid-century with average temps below 32°F.
Warmer winters have consequences, including for our winter fun.
President Trump could reshape the federal courts by filling 114 vacant judge positions with foes of regulations.
Scientists have changed the doomsday clock time due to climate change and leaders' disregard for facts.
Short-lived, localized downpours linked to global warming are on the rise across Europe and Asia.
Warming winters may sound great at first, but they bring new problems.
Extreme cold is decreasing, as the lowest temperature observed each year is trending upward.