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.
Climate change may be altering the characteristics and impacts of drought across the U.S.
The number of large wildfires burning up swaths of the Great Plains rose 350 percent during 30 years.
Over Trump's first 100 days, we're going to show what science tells us about our warming world.
Communities across the West will have to adapt to living with the ever-increasing threat of wildfires.
A new poster series takes iconic landscapes and imagines what they’ll look like in 2050 with climate change.
President Trump's executive order also targets local efforts to adapt to climate change.
A dearth of precipitation and windy, dry weather have fueled a record winter wildfire season in Oklahoma.
Five out of every six wildfires battled in the Lower 48 were started by a human, new research shows.
U.S. forest health and the ability of farmers to respond to climate change are at risk under Trump's USDA.
Climate change boosted the odds or intensity of many of 2015's extreme weather events, an annual report finds.
Intense drought and powerful winds conspired to whip a massive wildfire that endangered Gatlinburg, Tenn.
Drought is fueling large wildfires in the Southeast, but the future of wildfires there in a warming climate is murky.
Global warming is being blamed for 44 percent of the total area burned in Western forest fires since 1984.
Tens of millions more Western residents are expected to suffer from sickening "smoke waves" as temperatures rise.