A new study shows the devastating Pakistan floods could have been anticipated if a forecasting network had been in place.
Both NOAA and NASA reported today that 2010 tied with 2005 for the title of warmest year on record.
A warming planet could mean that sea levels rise three or more feet by the end of this century.
Heavy rains shattered records at the end of September, and climate research shows such extreme precipitation events are becoming more common.
A test of Rotterdam's defenses, a new look at U.S. offshore wind potential, and King Coal takes a tumble.
The extreme weather events we are seeing today, such as flooding in Pakistan and the Russian heat wave, are theoretically possible with or without climate change. But climate change greatly increases the odds that extreme events will occur.