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Will Your Home Flood? Watch Video

Will Your Home Flood?

Sample coverage of the national report called Surging Seas, which has recalculated the risk of flooding to coastal communities across America.

A Look at Flood Risks Across America Watch Video

A Look at Flood Risks Across America

As the land loses its struggle with the sea, it's time for new tools to learn just how climate change and sea level rise will effect the coastal U.S.

Watch 131 Years of Global Warming in 26 Seconds Watch Video

Watch 131 Years of Global Warming in 26 Seconds

An amazing 26-second video depicting how temperatures around the globe have warmed since 1880.

What Are the Greenhouse Emissions from Nuclear Power? Watch Video

What Are the Greenhouse Emissions from Nuclear Power?

Greenhouse gas emissions from nuclear power are low by just about any measure.

Taking the Carbon Out of Coal Watch Video Science Behind the Story

Taking the Carbon Out of Coal

Carbon capture and sequestration or CCS is a technology that can remove carbon dioxide emitted by a power plant and store it underground. Climate Central visits the site of a proposed coal plant in Linden, NJ to find out how it is done.

Carbon Counter Launched Watch Video

Carbon Counter Launched

A massive new billboard was installed in midtown Manhattan on June 18. It's a first-ever carbon counter that gives an up-to-the minute reading of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere—like a debt clock for the climate.

What We Know For Sure Watch Video Science Behind the Story

What We Know For Sure

No scientist disputes that carbon dioxide is a greenhouse gas and that it is increasing in the atmosphere. And careful detective work shows that the increase has chemical fingerprints — from us.

Georgia: Coal and Carbon Watch Video Science Behind the Story

Georgia: Coal and Carbon

Coal generates carbon dioxide when combusted, which is causing the world to warm. In Georgia, a state that gets over 60 percent of its electricity from coal, some coastal residents are connecting the dots between coal and changes in the local ecology and economy attributed to global warming. Recognizing the need to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, engineers are exploring "clean coal" technology. What is this technology? Will it work?