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Nuclear Power Needs to Double to Meet Warming Goal

International Energy Agency report says global nuclear power needs to double to meet climate goals.

A Country Divided by Seasons and Warming

The globe is warming all over but there are regional and seasonal differences.

Feds Opening Waters to Largest U.S. Offshore Wind Farm

A landmark wind rights auction will open up the largest offshore wind development area in the U.S.

Thunderstorms Helping Bring Ozone Down to Earth

Thunderstorms are bringing ozone closer to Earth, where it acts as a greenhouse gas.

What Can We Learn from the NYC Forecast ‘Bust’?

Why the nor'easter forecast was off for New York and what we can learn from that for the future.

Obama And Modi Are Buddies, But Will The Climate Care?

U.S.-India relations are warmer now than they've been in a long time. Can that help slow global warming?

16 Images to Illustrate the Blizzard of 2015

The blizzard of 2015 is burying New England and Long Island in heavy snow and storm surge.

What A Warming World Means for Major Snowstorms

A warming world could mean interesting changes for major snowstorms, like the nor'easter this week.

Warming Ups Odds of Extreme La Niñas, Wild Weather

Climate change could nearly double the odds of extreme La Niñas, wreaking havoc with the world's weather.

Tales of Ancient Sea Rise Told for 10,000 Years

Without using a written language, early Australians remembered the rise of the seas for 10,000 years.

Scientists Find Which Coral Reefs Will Survive Warming

Study shows which parts of the Great Barrier Reef & others can bounce back from mass bleaching events.

Cold Nights Are Decreasing Across the U.S.

Cold nights are on the decline across the U.S. Find out by how much in your neck of the woods.

Picture This: Illuminating Lightning & Rare Texas Snow

Even during a short work week, the weather offered plenty of stunning images from Earth and space.

The Method to Our 1-in-27 Million Madness

The odds of having a string of hot years is about 1-in-27 million. Here's how we calculated the odds.

Boston’s Got Gas as Methane Seeps from City

Boston's methane emissions from aging pipes and other sources may be more than double official estimates.

Climate Change Moves the Doomsday Clock

The Doomsday Clock is just three minutes from midnight due in part to climate change.

Woods Placky Discusses El Nino and the Big Picture

CCTV America interviews Climate Central Meteorologist Bernadette Woods Placky about the El Nino weather phenomenon.

U.S. Coal Declines, Bucks Global Trend

U.S. coal production may be declining partly because of the market and partly because of climate policy.

Heat Stroke, Anyone? Tennis Grand Slams Heating Up

Temperatures are rising at all four tennis grand slams, and the Australian Open is still the hottest.

Roker and Lemonick Discuss Obama’s Climate Plan

The Weather Channel’s Al Roker and Stephanie Abrams turn to Senior Science Writer Michael Lemonick for his take on Obama's climate plan.…

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In Nevada, Fires Follow Rain In a desert state like Nevada, heavy rains promote plant growth but can lead to more wildfires.

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