Coffee's low genetic diversity plus a shifting climate leads to more risks of infestation from pests & diseases.
Pyrocumulus clouds over western wildfires lead this week's roundup of the best weather and climate photos.
For Canada, the tar sands' future hinges on the economic opportunity to bring oil reserves to market.
A persistent high pressure ridge and cooler ocean waters typically keep Hawaii from seeing any hurricanes.
The Atlantic hurricane season may be more lackluster than thought with conditions unfavorable to storms.
Analysis shows how many more “extremely hot” days different U.S. cities could feel in the near future.
The chances of an El Niño forming by winter have dropped to 65 percent, still double the normal odds.
A new mapping tool shows how floods could drown some of the nation’s most critical power plants.
Large tornado outbreaks are becoming more common with a possible climate change assist.
Heavy rains and flash floods across Southern California Sunday were a product of monsoons and dry soils.
Tropical forests managed by local communities have the potential to sequester huge amounts of carbon.
Analysis and interactive explore how beneficial converting U.S. power from coal to natural gas could be.
Climate change could make the Great Lakes' harmful algae blooms more toxic and last longer.
Check out when peak heat generally hits for a variety of cities across the U.S.
Review of top climate news, from the state of Arctic summer sea ice melt to the cost of delayed action on climate.
A ghostly photo of the El Portal wildfire and a stunning rainbow lead this week's best weather images.
Models show summers are going to keep warming as emissions continue. See what this will warming feel like.
California's already terrible drought just go worse, again. Now 58% of the state is in exceptional drought.
Heat waves made worse by climate change could warp railroad tracks with sun kinks, causing derailments.
Capturing CO2 from coal power plants and using it to produce crude oil could help the climate, experts say.