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New measurements reveal that climate change is heating up even the depths of the oceans.
Computer models that help oceanside cities plan for their future also hold hope for a threatened coastal ecosystem.
Our chief meteorologist talks glacial melt on Good Morning America.
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After decades of failed talks, a new climate pact from Paris gives the world hope it can limit global warming.
Nations vulnerable to rising seas are securing support during climate talks for an ambitious climate goal.
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Island nations and others are desperate to keep global warming to less than 1.5°C, or 2.7°F.
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Glaciers in northeast Greenland that were once stable have undergone rapid melt and retreat in recent years.
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Paired images showing how iconic global locations could fare under scenarios of business as usual vs. sharp clean energy transition.
U.N. negotiators will have a lot of disputes to worry about in Paris — climate science is not one of them.
New York State is anticipating up to 6 feet of sea level rise on its coastlines by 2100.
World governments are cooperating as they work to slip a leash around global warming, but more is needed.
Sea level rise is driving Charleston's king tides higher and higher and will make nuisance flooding routine.
Storm surge-related power outages are likely to become more commonplace along the East Coast.