The temperature of 129.2°F recorded in Kuwait is an example of those that are likely to become more common.
This year's wildfire season in California shows signs of influence from climate change.
Scientists are calling for the Obama administration to ban coal development on federal public lands.
The risk of mosquito-borne diseases, like Zika, is becoming more prevalent as our mosquito season gets longer.
The EPA has declared jet engine exhaust a contributor to climate change that endangers public health.
June 2016 brings us to 14 months in a row of record-breaking heat for the globe, but that’s not all that’s popping this week in the weathe…
It takes less energy to keep the world’s businesses and industry humming today than in the past.
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.
2016 is looking more and more likely to be the hottest year on record, after a record warm June extended this year's streak.
June 2016 was the 14th consecutive month of record heat for the globe.
Scorching summer temperatures are exactly what we should expect in a warming world.
A study finds that the U.S. and four other developed countries are spending billions to keep forests intact.
Warm ocean waters, not rising air temperatures, are causing the retreat of glaciers on Antarctica's western edge.
A new report shows electric power utilities are reducing carbon pollution that fuels climate change.
Rising extreme heat and humidity in the U.S. cities threaten public health.
Removing carbon from the atmosphere may be necessary to keep global warming from exceeding 2°C.
Global warming has shifted a key band of clouds poleward, exacerbating Earth’s rising temperature.
Conditions behind California's drought and warm coastal waters were mostly natural, but not entirely.
The Fort McMurray wildfire was the costliest natural disaster in Canadian history, ringing up $3.58 billion in losses.