This image puts today’s CO2 levels in historical context. Spoiler alert: we’re off the charts.
CO2 has seasonal fluctuations but its stark, long-term rise is unmistakable.
On the Summer Solstice, hundreds of meteorologists communicate the story of climate change by sharing their area's warming stripes graphic.
As the number of large wildfires increases with climate change, so does the number of acres burned.
Prescribed burns — an important tool for reducing wildfire risk — are being unevenly applied across the country.
Yes, CO2 levels have varied in Earth’s past. But today’s levels are the highest in millions of years and increasing at an unprecedented rate.
As we emit more fossil fuels, atmospheric CO2 concentrations are rising each year — reaching levels that are unprecedented in history.
U.S. states are getting warmer with climate change — check out how your state stacks up.