Like New York, Miami faces the challenge of rising seas, but with a number of critical differences.
This week has everything from saving tons of CO2 to the climate context of New England's epic floods.
Tropical forests managed by local communities have the potential to sequester huge amounts of carbon.
Climate change could make the Great Lakes' harmful algae blooms more toxic and last longer.
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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.
The biggest CO2 emitter won’t need to make the biggest emissions cuts under the EPA's Clean Power Plan.
A sudden, heavy downpour in Recife, site of today's crucial U.S. soccer match, has left the city flooded.
Graphics from a new report show just how much climate change will cost U.S. and what regions will lose the most.
A new report by the Risky Business Project quantifies the impacts of climate change on the U.S. economy.
A citywide effort is tackling a problem that few residents think about: rising seas and coastal erosion.
One third of California is now in the worst stage of drought. The situation could worsen over the summer.
Longtime African-American residents saved a wetland that is now protecting them from rising seas.
The low-lying flatland neighborhoods of Oakland are at risk of floods and toxic runoff & sewage.
A space station-eye view of a storm swirling off the coast of Argentina is your Friday afternoon diversion.
Few other places in the West exemplify the changes brought about by climate change more than the Navajo Nation.
Need to keep your edge in this summer of sweat and torpor? This summer reading list can help.
Rains are finally heading for drought-stricken parts of the Southern Plains, but they won't bust the drought.