New research highlights an emerging migration crisis that’s worsening with global warming.
Earth is a planet in upheaval, with high temperatures pushing it into “truly uncharted territory."
Over Trump's first 100 days, we're going to show what science tells us about our warming world.
Europe's coasts will see higher and more frequent extreme coastal floods in the future due to climate change.
Warm waters are stressing the world's largest coral reef for the second year in a row.
President Trump may seek to eliminate NOAA's Sea Grant program, "an outsized leader in coastal adaptation."
The Maldives government says super resorts will create the money needed to adapt to climate change.
A new study reveals the negative impact of human activity and acidification on the ocean.
Scientists will pick 50 coral reefs worldwide to test ways to limit damage from climate change, pollution and over-fishing.
Australian scientists seek to understand how non-carbon aerosolized particles affect global temperatures.
New footage shows that the Larsen C ice shelf rift continues to expand, raising the odds of a calving event.
Pine Island Glacier just lost a Manhattan-sized iceberg. Scientists are calling it "an aftershock."
The federal government will use mud from dredging projects to protect coasts from erosion and rising seas.
East Coast communities could flood three times a week within 30 years as seas rise and land sinks.
On the day of Trump's inauguration, scientists are tweeting why science matters more than ever.
A climate monitoring site in Antarctica bears President Obama's name and bears witness to climate change.
Our seafaring adventurer, Greta Shum, rode along with the SOCCOM floats to their deployment stations in the Southern Ocean.
Seventy percent of the Sekisei lagoon in Okinawa had been killed by a phenomenon known as bleaching.
A rift across Antarctica's Larsen C ice shelf has surged ahead, making the release of a large iceberg imminent.
A key Atlantic Ocean current could be more likely to collapse because of global warming than previously thought.