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More Warm Spring Days

As the climate changes, see the trend in warmer-than-normal spring days in these cities.

Research for Drought-Resistant Crops Gets Boost

Scientists are racing to find crops capable of tolerating increasingly high temperatures and water shortages.

The Shum Show: Springing Ahead

Here's what warming springs mean for plants and agriculture.

100 Days of Climate: Week 9

Over Trump's first 100 days, we're going to show what science tells us about our warming world.

Budget Proposal Would Hamper Climate Efforts Abroad

Trump's budget would hamper efforts abroad to slow global warming, especially by poorer countries.

Global Heat Continues With Second-Hottest February

February was the second hottest on record, despite the lack of an El Niño, a clear mark of global warming.

Leaves Emerging Earlier as Planet Warms

Climate change is causing leaves to emerge earlier in the year. See how far ahead they are this year.

Arctic Sea Ice May Vanish Even With Climate Goal

Arctic sea ice may vanish in summers even if the world reaches goals set by Paris climate agreement.

Mass Bleaching Is Hitting the Great Barrier Reef Again

Warm waters are stressing the world's largest coral reef for the second year in a row.

February’s Warmth, Brought to You by Climate Change

Climate change made the February warmth that baked the U.S. at least three times more likely.

NOAA Sea Grant Cut Could Slow Climate Adaptation

President Trump may seek to eliminate NOAA's Sea Grant program, "an outsized leader in coastal adaptation."

Maldives Switches From Climate Threat to Mass Tourism

The Maldives government says super resorts will create the money needed to adapt to climate change.

The Shum Show: Springtime and Syrup

This week marks the start of meteorological spring.

The Vast Majority of the U.S. Had a Crazy Warm Winter

The vast majority of the U.S. had a warm winter, driven in part by intense February heat.

European Climate Action Faces Crucial Moment

Cap-and-trade, an original weapon in the fight against warming, faces obsolescence in Europe.

Warming Had Clear Hand in Record Australia Heat

The prolonged, intense heat that stifled southeastern Australia was up to 50 times more likely thanks to climate change.

2016-17 Winter Weather Stations

These U.S. cities had their warmest winter on record.

Here’s Your 2016-17 Winter in Review

See how many days this winter were warmer or colder than average in your city.

Humans Blamed for Starting Most Wildfires in the U.S.

Five out of every six wildfires battled in the Lower 48 were started by a human, new research shows.

The U.S. is Poised to Set a Record-Setting Record

Record February heat is kickstarting spring from the Southeast to the Midwest.

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Greenland and San Francisco Bay Greenland has been shedding billions of tons of ice in 2007, the melted equivalent of draining San Francisco Bay every 10 days

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