Ten years after Katrina, New Orleans is dealing with sinking land as sea levels rise.
More than 7 million acres of land have burned in the U.S. so far in 2015.
Rising seas, stronger storms and coastal development are taking their toll on sandy shorelines.
Underground desert aquifers fed by irrigation could account for part of the missing land-based carbon sink.
Researchers warn even if a solution to emissions could be found, it wouldn’t be enough to save the oceans.
Researchers say extreme weather and temperature events may lead to an uptick in salmonella poisoning.
A new study shows that droughts are harming forests' ability to store carbon and mitigate climate change.
The federal government is spending $12 million on carbon capture and storage research.
Warming is expected to bring heavier rains, which could mean more toxic algae blooms for Lake Erie.
Like many other species, sharks face the looming threat of climate and its impact on oceans.
Even if the world manages to limit warming to 2°C, sea levels may still rise at least 20 feet above current heights.
Mountaintop removal coal mining in Appalachian states has fallen 62 percent since 2008.
The temperatures for June are in and five Western states saw their warmest June ever.
Our Ben Strauss spoke with PBS NewsHour's Jackie Judd about flooding, climate change and coastal communities.
NOAA scientists believe high ocean temperatures have been the primary cause of widespread coral bleaching.
Pink salmon in the Pacific Ocean face acidification in rivers and the sea linked to greenhouse gas emissions.
Oil and gas fracking uses more and more water each year, but it varies widely from region to region.
Explore how water use for power generation has been changing, state-by-state, since 2005.
Parts of the Arctic Ocean could reach critical levels of ocean acidification in just 10 years.
Researchers say Alaska's inland glaciers account for 95 percent of glacial mass loss due to climate-driven melting.