Study of tree rings, corals and ice cores finds unnatural spike in temperatures that lines up with manmade climate change.
According to a Climate Central analysis, nearly 140 locations in the U.S. had a warmer March than April to date.
Climate change-fueled heat waves and droughts play a large role in the volatility of corn prices.
With a heat wave that sent temperatures soaring to summer-like levels, March was officially the warmest such month in history.
A new IPCC report lays out the ways that climate change-related extreme events are raising the risks of disasters worldwide.
Climate experts said global warming probably has had some influence on the March heat wave, making it more likely.
A new study finds an increased likelihood for very hot summers in the U.S., driven in part by global warming.
The rising temperatures in West Africa are expected to damage a major portion of cocoa supplies, raising chocolate prices.