A federal task force was formed last year to provide adaptation ideas. On Monday, it delivered 100.
This week's top climate news features shocking new findings and high tech mapping solutions.
Scientists discovered that glaciers hum tunes, tunes that could help predict when glacial lakes will overflow.
Americans are starting to prepare for the staggering amounts of future sea level rise forecast. But only barely.
A $300 million program is helping New Jersey retreat from inland river regions, but not the coast.
IPCC analysis of climate change has painted an ugly picture, but it also offers hope and guidance.
The Southern Ocean's notoriously strong gales are growing stronger, and that's foreboding news for coastlines everywhere.
Sandy will "be one of the most studied storms" to hit the U.S. Here's what researchers are already learning.
A new checklist will help San Francisco protect $25 billion worth of infrastructure from rising seas.
Discovery of a semi-lifeless glacier in southeastern Iceland creates a new zombie class of frozen rivers of water.
El Niño ups the odds of flooding in some spots, but that information could provide opportunities.
Expansion of Antarctic sea ice heralds ocean changes that could trap heat and accelerate ice sheet melting.
A Blood Moon, King Tides and a monstrous looking typhoon in the Pacific made for amazing images.
Some of the extreme weather events from 2014 in which climate change could have played a role.
Floods during high tide have become common in many coastal cities, and they're about to become downright routine.
Snows fell on fall leaves in Colorado, while torrential rains fell and flooded parts of southern France.
Scientists hope to determine almost in real-time whether global warming has a hand in extreme weather.
Scientists found tenuous links between climate change and floods that killed more than 5,000 Indians last summer.
NOAA study finds that climate change may not have been a factor in Colorado's epic 2013 floods.
Take an interactive look at extreme weather events in 2013 and the role global warming did (or didn't) play.