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How Rising Seas Drowned the Flood Insurance Program

Sea level rise and more severe storms are overwhelming U.S. coastal communities.

Arctic Stronghold of Seeds Flooded After Permafrost Melts

The ability of the rock vault to provide protection against all disasters is now threatened by climate change.

Bipartisan Bill Introduced to Fix Neighborhood Floods

As high tides caused flooding this week, federal legislation was introduced to protect neighborhoods.

Budget Guts U.S. Carbon Capture, Storage Research

The White House's proposed 2018 budget slashes funding for federal carbon capture and storage programs.

NOAA Forecasts Busy Hurricane Season for Atlantic

Above-average hurricane activity is expected in Atlantic this hurricane season, despite a potential El Niño.

Larson Talks Climate-Friendly Cars on Weather Channel

New research shows electric cars emit more greenhouse gases than hybrids in some states.

Climate-Friendly Cars by State

A car’s climate impact depends on three main factors: the efficiency of the car, the distance driven, and in the case of electric and plug-i…

Coal Use Declining in the U.S.

Here's how the decline in coal use is linked to climate-friendly cars.

What Makes a Car Climate Friendly?

Here's what makes a car climate friendly.

Electric Cars Becoming Popular As Grid Gets Greener

Electric car owners in Tennessee view climate benefits as nice extras — not as key selling points.

A New Kind of Car Guide

How climate-friendly electric and plug-in hybrid electric cars are depends on where you charge them.

White House Budget Aims to Kill ‘Crazy’ Climate Science

The White House's 2018 budget targets federal climate science, regulations.

Swiss Voters Embrace Shift to Renewable Energy

Results show the Swiss population wants a new energy policy without depending on nuclear power.

Climate Change Could Slash Staple Crops

Extreme weather is estimated to cut production of major crops by 23 percent over the next 30 years.

The Race to Understand Black Carbon’s Climate Impact

Fossil fuels we burn affect warming in the Arctic, and solutions begin with understanding how and how much.

Focus on Carbon Removal a ‘High-Stakes Gamble’

Don't bet the future of the climate on negative emissions technology, Stanford University scientists say.

Sharp Rise in Flooding Ahead for World’s Poorest

Some of the world’s most vulnerable live in the tropics, where sea rise will cause a sharp rises in floods.

Hottest Days Coming Earlier

The first day with summer-like temperatures is happening earlier for most of these cities.

Warm Arctic Fuels Second-Warmest April on Record

Temperatures were high in the Arctic and well above average in the Eastern U.S., China and Africa.

Slow-Freezing Alaska Soil Driving Surge in CO2 Emissions

Northern tundra’s autumn carbon dioxide emissions increased 70 percent between 1975 and 2015.

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Southwest Drought Predictions Glen MacDonald, of UCLA, talks about the threat of drought in the Southwest and what it means for water supply.

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