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Climate Change Intensified South Carolina Floods

A ‘once-in-a-thousand-year’ East Coast storm was a consequence of moisture from Hurricane Joaquin.

Climate Model Shows Limits of Global Emissions Pledges

Global emissions pledges may not be enough to limit warming to the world’s agreed upon goal of 2°C.

Study: New York City at Higher Risk for Coastal Floods

Researchers say New York City is at risk for more and higher floods like those seen during Hurricane Sandy.

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For Migrants, Bangladesh Takes Back Land From the Sea

Bangladesh is going ahead with an ambitious plan to reclaim land from the sea.

Submerged Cities Seen in Worst-Case Climate Scenario

Coastal cities could be submerged beneath 200 feet of water if all of the world's fossil fuels are burned.

Climate Change Could Put Tribes’ Electric Systems at Risk

Electric power lines and power plants on tribal lands are highly vulnerable to climate change.

1997 vs. 2015: Animation Compares El Niños Side-by-Side

A new animation compares the blockbuster 1997-98 El Niño to the strong El Niño taking shape in 2015.

Climate Central Analysis Featured on ‘Katrina 2065’

The Weather Channel and Climate Central show what sea level rise would mean for Katrina's storm surge in 2065.

Katrina: Lasting Climate Lessons for a Sinking City

Ten years after Katrina, New Orleans is dealing with sinking land as sea levels rise.

10-Year Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina

Ten years ago, Hurricane Katrina became one of the worst natural disasters in U.S. history.

El Niño Could Rank Among Strongest on Record

This year's El Niño looks to rank among the strongest on record, with potential U.S. weather impacts.

All of 2015’s Rain for the U.S. in 14 Seconds

NASA satellites have sent back a detailed view of rain and snow across the U.S. so far this year.

Rain, Storm Surge Combine to Put U.S. Coasts at Risk

Compound flooding, when heavy rains and storm surge combine, is an increasing risk for U.S. coasts.

GAO Report Sees Climate Risks to Army Corps Projects

The GAO says many Army Corps projects are highly vulnerable to extreme weather.

How This El Niño Is And Isn’t Like 1997

While the current El Nino could rival that of 1997, that doesn't mean the U.S. impacts will be the same.

Dire Climate Warning Raises Questions, Not Answers

NASA's former climate chief sounds the sea level rise alarm, but the findings aren't wholly conclusive.

Warming Waters Fueled Intense Russian Rainstorm

Warming Black Sea waters fueled an intense rainfall event in Krymsk, Russia in 2012.

A Tale of Two Cities: Flooding and Sea Level Rise

Our Ben Strauss spoke with PBS NewsHour's Jackie Judd about flooding, climate change and coastal communities.

Study Suggests Key Role for Warming in Extreme Weather

Researchers advocate a new approach to searching for the fingerprints of warming in extreme weather.