Improved climate models suggests melting in Antarctica will be worse this century than we had realized.
Excess heat is being stored deep in the Atlantic and Southern oceans – not Pacific as previously thought.
Another Icelandic volcano is primed to erupt and events like that have a lot teach us about climate change.
The week that was features the latest on urban heats islands, Miami's sea level woes and more.
Like New York, Miami faces the challenge of rising seas, but with a number of critical differences.
Waves are building in the Arctic Ocean, and they could hasten sea ice's downward spiral.
A new study says growing acidification off Alaska’s waters threatens the state’s whole economy.
NASA's newest satellite sent back it first data and it looks like all systems are running smoothly.
The chances of an El Niño forming by winter have dropped to 65 percent, still double the normal odds.
Automatic sensors will allow scientists to conduct a monitoring program to determine summer sea ice melt.
So who or what is this El Nino that meteorologists warn may affect our weather in a big way?
Oceans were the hottest they've been on record this June, leading to a month of record heat across the world.
Extreme weather dominates the top climate stories that happened this week and there's a quiz too.
As Arctic ice, and access to seals living there, disappears, polar bears adapt to a land-based diet.
Rammasun looked ragged after its trip over the Philippines, but became a Super Typhoon before hitting China.
A new report -- the latest checkup on the health of the global climate system -- says the planet is running a temperature.
A new report shows just how costly climate- and weather-related disasters are across the globe.
The military is already looking at its climate change vulnerabilities but more needs to be done.
Summers get hotter, tornado season fizzles, cow manure worsens methane, plan to cut CO2 and more.
Major report warns that loss of grazing fish due to pollution and overfishing is a key driver of region’s coral decline.