Extreme rain and snow will hit the West Coast more often as the climate changes, scientists found.
New research pinpoints which Antarctic ice shelves are the weakest and pose sea level rise risks.
Dong Energy makes final investment decision on 1.2-gigawatt project that will power more than a million U.K. homes.
Maine-based artist Jill Pelto is turning hard climate data into haunting watercolor paintings.
Analysis of extensive monitoring by citizen scientists has linked declining water quality with warming.
Rapid rates of warming in the oceans have been causing water to expand, worsening sea level rise.
Hurricanes in the Atlantic and Caribbean oceans will grow more powerful as ocean temperatures rise.
Rapid warming in the Indian Ocean is playing an important role in reducing phytoplankton up to 20 percent.
New measurements reveal that climate change is heating up even the depths of the oceans.
Icebergs breaking off in the South Ocean are releasing a trail of nutrients for CO2-consuming algae to consume.
Hurricane Alex is making waves in meteorology news, and the Southern Ocean’s got its own method for capturing carbon!
The Gulf of Maine could warm three times faster than other parts of the ocean, harming cod populations.
While El Niño's ocean temperatures may have peaked, the biggest impacts for the U.S. are likely still to come.
Computer models that help oceanside cities plan for their future also hold hope for a threatened coastal ecosystem.
Dam building in tropical forests could harm the climate and biodiversity, a new study says.
Our chief meteorologist talks glacial melt on Good Morning America.
Earth's surface temperatures are surging, following a 15-year slowdown in global warming rates.
New commitments to renewables and the rippling effect of oil prices could dominate energy news in 2016.
Hurricane Patricia set records and yielded the year's most amazing satellite image.
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