Following a year of weather extremes, disasters and policy clashes, we asked our readers to help us pick out the most important climate storie…
As the climate changes, the number and cost of weather disasters is increasing in the U.S.
There have been 15 billion-dollar weather-related disasters in the U.S. in 2017, and the year may finish as the costliest on record.
As climate change stokes polluting fires, southern California's most vulnerable are being hit the hardest.
Warming temperatures combined with drought conditions are major factors for the increase in wildfires.
As climate change fuels large wildfires, the pollution they're releasing is making Americans sick and undermining decades of progress in clean…
Smoke pollution is leading to serious public health impacts as large wildfires across the American West become more frequent and destructive.…
Attribution science is tricky, but hurricanes are fueled by warmer waters.
This September, Brazil saw more fires burning than any month on record.
While Harvey was the most damaging weather event this summer, there were other extremes in the U.S.
See how the summer temperatures and rainfall compared to normal this year in these cities.
It's a land known more for ice than fire, but a wildfire has flared up on Greenland's western edge.
Wildfires are raging across British Columbia. They're the latest sign of climate change in the northern forest.
The Western wildfire season is off to a busy start, as rising temperatures fuel more and larger wildfires.
Climate change is one reason the area burned by western wildfires is increasing.
The number of large wildfires in the West is rising and climate change is playing a role.
A new, interactive map shows where studies have found a discernible role for warming in extreme weather events.
A scorcher of a heat wave broke temperature records across the West and helped fuel new wildfires.
A major heat wave that helped fuel deadly wildfires in Portugal was more likely because of global warming.
Large wildfires are becoming increasing common and severe in boreal forests around the world.