California gets some drought relief, Europe sets records, the Arctic gets warmer and more.
Coastal flooding is likely to become a much more regular occurrence by mid-century as sea levels rise.
2014 is set to be Europe's warmest year, a record made much more likely by global warming.
Two new findings show how Greenland could be melting from the bottom up.
While November didn't set a global hot mark, 2014 is still on track to be the warmest year on record.
The Lima Accord set the framework for an unprecedented global pact to slow climate change.
The State Secretary dropped by the Lima climate talks to implore delegates to reach accord.
It's tough going at the climate talks, where a draft agreement is getting longer instead of shorter.
State mandates and tax incentives make California the most popular state for buying an electric car.
The same warm waters fueling top-strength typhoons this year are boosting global temperatures.
Scientists don't know exactly what's behind the recent lull in major hurricane landfalls in the U.S.
A new NOAA study shows that natural variability could be the cause of the devastating California drought.
Europe is now 10 times more likely to have a catastrophic heat wave than it was just a decade ago, study says.
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The unusual heat in California was a key driver of the unprecedented impacts of its latest drought.
Antarctica's glaciers are being melted by warm water seeping in from below, posing a threat to sea levels.
American political dysfunction could keep legally binding rules out of the next climate pact.
CO2 emissions warm the planet faster than previously thought, and their impacts linger for centuries.
The U.N.'s WMO is the latest agency to announce that 2014 is likely to be the warmest year on record.