Climate change has helped open the Northwest Passage again this year.
The massive rains and flooding in Louisiana are the latest in a string of extreme U.S. storms this year.
The Alaskan village of Shishmaref is losing up to 10 feet of shoreline each year, so it's relocating.
The 1991 eruption of Mount Pinatubo in the Philippines affected global temperatures and sea levels.
Numerous climate records were broken in 2015, including hottest year and lowest Arctic sea ice winter peak.
New research from Sicily shows one way that carbon dioxide pollution can affect the mating rituals of fish.
Decompression computers worn by recreational and commercial divers provides accurate data, study shows.
After decades of rampant warming, the Antarctic Peninsula has cooled slightly in the past few decades.
Scientists are split over whether local safeguards can save some of the world’s most spectacular coral reefs.
Algae blooms like the one plaguing Florida's coastline could happen more often as lakes and coastal waters warm.
Former Kiribati president says it will only be a few decades before the Kiribati people must leave their islands forever.
Federal grants to move communities can provide families with physical land, but can they preserve a way of life?
Climate Central partnered with Stanford University and its students on a series about communicating climate change.
Warm ocean waters, not rising air temperatures, are causing the retreat of glaciers on Antarctica's western edge.
Conditions behind California's drought and warm coastal waters were mostly natural, but not entirely.
Reef scientists have partnered with computer scientists on a novel new tool to protect coral reefs.
The longest global coral bleaching event on record is likely to keep going into fall.
Following a big eradication program, it's been a year since a nutria was detected on the Delmarva Peninsula.
Nearly 400 scientists are asking President Obama to halt oil and gas leasing in the Arctic Ocean.
Through a vast ecological analysis, scientists found reef fisheries that were healthier than expected.