Automatic sensors will allow scientists to conduct a monitoring program to determine summer sea ice melt.
Scientists say they have found a way to feed billions of people, while reducing environmental stresses.
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As Arctic ice, and access to seals living there, disappears, polar bears adapt to a land-based diet.
Tallest penguins at risk from climate change melting ice, which could wipe out third of the population by 2100.
Engineers warn more unpredictable weather will bring serious challenges to infrastructure.
A climate change battle erupts over "fluke," as its habitat drifts north in warming waters.
Generators from nuclear reactors & coal-fired power plants will feel the brunt of weather changes, report says.
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.
Scientists discover ice below the surface where meltwater has refrozen, causing layers of ice to build up.
Heat waves and water shortages could devastate U.S. farmlands devoted to corn crop, a new report warns.
Heavy rains in southern Brazil and northern Argentina and Uruguay led to severe flooding.
The warm seas El Niño brings could wreak havoc on the world's corals, particularly in the Coral Triangle.
Montana's native westslope cutthroat trout is cross-breeding with invaders as stream temperatures rise.
Brazil’s worst drought in decades is severely reducing hydropower energy supplies in advance of World Cup.
Sun kinks warp railroads, CO2 emissions enter space age, rains and floods all top climate news this week.
When it comes to summertime precip., the wet are getting wetter and the dry are getting drier.
The bitter cold winter the U.S. just experienced could be due to warming's influence on tropical waters.