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.
Eight examples of where the IPCC has missed the mark on its predictions and projections.
As the world warms and seas rise, "black swan" storm surges associated with hurricanes may become more likely.
If climate change goes unchecked, food prices will more than double & poor children will pay the price.
In the Andes & open to scientists after years of rebel fighting, Colombia's cloud forests offer a treasure of biodiversity.
Deforestation and climate change high in the Andes is causing natural flood-control systems to fail.
Smoke from Arctic wildfires may be darkening the Greenland ice sheet, speeding up the melting process.
Accelerated global warming is rapidly driving the Arctic into a volatile state according to a new report.
"Ice islands" -- enormous slabs of ice -- pose a threat from their potential to wander into shipping lanes.
Storms dumped 2 feet of rain, 46 inches of snow with 150 mph winds in the West, while the rest of the country warmed.
Emissions of global warming gases continued to climb in 2011 and will likely reach a record high in 2012 as well.
The intense drought that has gripped the U.S. since last year expanded again, encompassing more of the Southeast.
An atmospheric faucet will be turned on over the West Coast in early December, as a series of storms come ashore.
As President Obama nears his second term, the country faces a host of climate and weather-related challenges.
UN report argues that the impact of warming permafrost should be considered in any discussion of climate change policy.
NBC’s Anne Thompson talks with Dr. Ben Strauss on how the combo of climate-change induced sea level rise and storm surge increase the odds o…
Having already met its emissions targets, the EU enters the Doha climate talks in a weakened bargaining position.
In the New York Times, Climate Central's Ben Strauss says we must take two steps to protect ourselves from sea level rise.