Climate change poses a national security risk, but the Obama administration has a plan to deal with it.
Increasing heavy downpours, fueled by climate change, cause millions of gallons of sewage overflows nationwide.
Increases in heavy precipitation will threaten to worsen incidents of sewage overflows, especially in cities with aging sewage infrastructure.…
The forests of dead trees are prevalent along the mid-Atlantic coast, where sea level rise is rapid.
Unprecedented rainfall in parts of Louisiana last month was made more likely by global warming.
Deepening shipping channels for modern ships has worsened flood risks in parts of North Carolina.
The massive rains and flooding in Louisiana are the latest in a string of extreme U.S. storms this year.
The 1991 eruption of Mount Pinatubo in the Philippines affected global temperatures and sea levels.
Weather-related disasters made worse by climate change could make world peace more elusive.
Former Kiribati president says it will only be a few decades before the Kiribati people must leave their islands forever.
More than 100 million people could be affected by the combined impact of El Niño and La Niña.
From soaring temperatures to Arctic sea ice melting and CO2 concentrations rising, this year is smashing records.
Following a big eradication program, it's been a year since a nutria was detected on the Delmarva Peninsula.
The deluges that led to flooding in France were made more likely by global warming, a new analysis finds.
A new $12 annual parcel tax will raise $25 million for marsh restorations in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Three-fifths of wetlands in the West are in “poor” condition, but marsh restorations are underway.
A new program will enable 20 countries at risk to put together contingency plans for climate change.
The world's most special cultural and natural sites are already being ravaged by climate change.
A slowdown in Atlantic currents that worsened blizzards, floods and hurricanes may have been natural.
Cities around the world are failing to plan for fast-increasing risks from extreme weather, the World Bank says.