A report estimated that by century’s end, climate change will lead to more than 150,000 extra heat-related U.S. deaths.
Iron fertilization creates algae blooms that later die off and sink, taking the absorbed carbon deep towards the ocean floor.
Following heavy rains in Nevada, a beautiful double rainbow spread across a roadway.
A NASA animation of seasonal vegetation and it's effect on Earth's global atmospheric carbon dioxide.
Africa's proposed 4,000-mile wall of trees will stretch from Senegal to Djibouti to try to stop encroaching desertification.
The United Nations predicts that the global population will reach 9 billion people within the next 40 years.
So many records have been broken or tied so far this summer that it can be difficult to make sense of it all. We keep track so you don't have…
You want some context to the drought's impact? Here's a quick snapshot of some of the coverage around the country.
Moderate to exceptional drought now covers 63 percent of the U.S., drying up this Indiana reservoir.
The U.S. drought is largely the result of natural climate variability, such as La Nina, but global warming is making it worse.
Record high temperatures fueled severe thunderstorms across the eastern U.S. on Wednesday, including in NYC.
The latest drought data released Thursday offers farmers and ranchers little reasons for optimism as the forecast is grim.
Mike Lemonick & The Weather Channel's Stephanie Abrams discuss Climate Central's new book, 'Global Weirdness'.
New York Times' Mark Bittman takes on climate change and, we're happy to see, spends a few paragraphs on our new book.
Nuclear power plants face an emerging threat from climate change because of temperature restrictions.
The Petermann Glacier in northwest Greenland recently shed a slab of ice twice the size of Manhattan.
According to a new study, dry weather increases the odds for extreme heat in many parts of the world, including the U.S.
Mike Lemonick appeared on Ã¢Â€ÂœWake Up With AlÃ¢Â€Â to discuss Climate Central’s new book, Global Weirdness.
MSNBC’s Tamron Hall interviews Climate Central Chief Climatologist Dr. Heidi Cullen about the role climate change plays in the dry and deadl…
Heidi Cullen appeared on MSNBC to discuss the record heat and drought conditions in the U.S.