Researchers sent unmanned aerial vehicles across Antarctica, Greenland & Norway's Svalbard archipelago.
The device helps scientists find out how melting happens and detect early signs of instability in the ice.
The peak of hurricane & tropical storm activity doesn’t usually come until Sept. 10. And, on average, there tend to be significantly more st…
Stunning wildfire imagery, a look at Greenland's newly found canyon, and details on Obama's energy strategy
Increasing temps and affluence could lead to an "unprecedented increase" in the use of air conditioning globally.
Cooler-than-average sea surface temps in the tropical Pacific help explain the plateau in global warming since 1998.
During the past 10 years, $4 billion has been spent fighting wildfires in California, more than in any other state.
A massive wildfire, the 14th largest in California history, rages near Yosemite National Park amid drought conditions.
Charring western wildfires, a warning about the 2013 hurricane season, and a look at how July temps rank globally.
Sixty two percent of the country was in some level of drought last August, but that number has been reduced to 45 percent this August.
Despite the recent slowdown in warming rate, this past decade was the world's warmest on record.
All sorts of news on drought, two interactives plus a drought map, and a sinking Alaska town.
While the warming rate has slowed, the long-term trend clearly shows that we’re living on a warming planet.
New interactive on sea level rise illustrates when U.S. cities are locking in a future below the tide.
A new study found that sea level rise will play a larger role for storm surge in New York City.
2012 was one of the hottest years on record with numerous indicators showing signs of a warming planet.
The impact of climate extremes on violence, Obama taps new head of NOAA and a look at the U.S. cities under future seas.
Scientists say increased CO2 emissions are making poison ivy worse.
The rate and magnitude of warming over the next century could rival anything seen over the past 65 million years.
As the graphic shows, people cause most wildfires. But lightning-ignited fires burn by far the most territory.