New York Times' Mark Bittman takes on climate change and, we're happy to see, spends a few paragraphs on our new book.
There's an increasing likelihood that El Nino conditions will develop by September, which will alter weather patterns.
NOAA has just come in with the June climate numbers, and they all point in one direction: hot and dry
Thousands of temperature records have fallen during one of the worst heat waves since the Dust Bowl era of the 1930s.
Historic heat continued to roast much of the U.S. on Thursday, as word came that drought conditions have expanded.
Guest host Ezra Klein discussed the state-by-state temperature trends highlighted in our report, "The Heat is On".
A new study shows that farmers are rapidly depleting groundwater supplies in Kansas and Texas as well as parts of California.
Climate change-fueled heat waves and droughts play a large role in the volatility of corn prices.