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A Tale of Two Cities: Flooding and Sea Level Rise Watch Video

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A Tale of Two Cities: Flooding and Sea Level Rise

Our Ben Strauss spoke with PBS NewsHour's Jackie Judd about flooding, climate change and coastal communities.

Hottest Year on Record Watch Video

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Hottest Year on Record

2014 set a new mark for the hottest year on record. And while unprecedented heat has become almost common place, it's been a long time since the world set any global cold records.

Hot Years, Long Odds Watch Video

Videos - Climate in Context

Hot Years, Long Odds

Nearly all of the planet's warmest years on record have occurred in the past 15 years. Is that just a coincidence? Climate Central calculates the probability.

Roker and Lemonick Discuss Obama’s Climate Plan Watch Video

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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.

135 Years of Global Warming in 30 Seconds Watch Video

Videos - Climate in Context

135 Years of Global Warming in 30 Seconds

Thanks to NASA, you only need 30 seconds to see how the world has warmed over the past 135 years.

Mike Lemonick Talks 2015 Climate on ‘Wake Up With Al’ Watch Video

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Mike Lemonick Talks 2015 Climate on ‘Wake Up With Al’

Senior science writer Michael Lemonick discussed climate change on "Wake Up With Al".

Brian Kahn Explains the Developing El Nino Watch Video

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Brian Kahn Explains the Developing El Nino

Climate Central's Brian Kahn explains on Al Jazeera America how the weather phenomenon known as El Nino has been playing a game of hide and seek for much of 2014.

El Niño in 90 Seconds Watch Video

Videos - Climate in Context

El Niño in 90 Seconds

So who or what is this El Niño that meteorologists warn may affect our weather in a big way?

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More CO2 = More Pollen If CO2 emissions continue at the current pace, pollen counts are projected to nearly double by 2060.

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