According to a new report, both phases of ENSO have become more intense over the past century.
Year-end numbers for media coverage of climate change show Climate Central led the pack.
In a year of strange weather worldwide, climate change reporting by the world's journalists fell another 2 percent.
A new series of radiocarbon measurements have allowed scientists to improve the technique dramatically.
2012 featured extreme weather & climate events, many of which highlighted the growing impacts of global warming.
The Keystone Pipeline will cross an underground reservoir providing about 30 percent of the U.S.’s irrigation water.
Call it our year in pictures as 2012 may be remembered for some of these top 10 images.
When it rains, it pours. That’s how we may want to think about the effects of climate change on precipitation.
This summer's Great Arctic Cyclone was the most extreme summer storm since observations began in 1979.
Scientist Jay Lawrimore & meteorologist Dan Satterfield detail how rising temps can affect the formation of snowstorms.
Scientist Mike Brewer and meteorologist Dan Satterfield explain the connection between drought and a changing climate.
In our Extreme Weather 101 video, scientists explain how heat spikes are likely to become more common.
'Promise Land' has caused unease in the oil and gas industry, even in the midst of America's energy boom.
According to a recent study, a surge in car use in south & east Asia killed 2.1 million people prematurely in 2010.
Despite fewer extreme weather and climate events than 2011, 2012 is likely to top last year's economic losses.
A year after a record flood, drought is depleting the Mississippi River, threatening billions in commerce.
The polar lows that roil the Arctic seas yearly may have an effect on the climate of North America & Europe.
November was the 333rd straight month with average global temperatures above the 20th century average.
Climate change will drive a sharp increase in the area burned by wildfires in the U.S., according to a new study.
The climate science community lost a true giant with the recent death of Jerry Mahlman.