Communities in danger of falling into the sea say assistance from the federal government has dried up.
The timing of floods has changed across Europe due to shifts in climate, with some areas seeing earlier floods and some later.
A special report on the aftermath and science of the worst rainstorm in Louisiana's history.
The Southwest's monsoons are becoming more intense, even as less rain falls on average.
California municipalities have filed first-of-their-kind lawsuits against fossil fuel giants over sea level rise.
A new, interactive map shows where studies have found a discernible role for warming in extreme weather events.
One of Africa's driest regions - the Sahel - could turn greener if the planet warms more than 2 degrees Celsius.
A thaw of Greenland's ice sheet is pouring ever more water into the oceans.
Here’s how climate change plays a role in tick migration and the spread of Lyme disease.
The Texas metropolis has more casualties and property loss from floods than any other locality in the U.S.
A new study finds a sharp increase in the risk of frequent flooding events in coastal areas in the U.S.
Beachgoers are flip-flopping along a rebuilt boardwalk that reflects a coastal reimagination underway.
Sea level rise and more severe storms are overwhelming U.S. coastal communities.
The ability of the rock vault to provide protection against all disasters is now threatened by climate change.
As high tides caused flooding this week, federal legislation was introduced to protect neighborhoods.
Extreme weather is estimated to cut production of major crops by 23 percent over the next 30 years.
Some of the world’s most vulnerable live in the tropics, where sea rise will cause a sharp rises in floods.
New Jersey's working class are forgotten as federal government funds fixes for wealthier neighbors.
The frequency of high streamflows has risen over the past 30 years in the Northeast, Ohio Valley, and the Mississippi Valley.
Levees pose an often overlooked residual flood threat, and that may only increase with warming.