Like Ozone Layer, Holes in Study on Thunderstorms

  • Published: Aug 1st, 2012

A new study claims thunderstorms threaten to rip a hole in the ozone layer, but elements of the study are unproven.

10 Q&A Videos with Lead Author of ‘Global Weirdness’

  • Published: Jul 24th, 2012

Senior science writer Mike Lemonick and main author sat down to discuss Climate Central's first book project.

‘Global Weirdness,’ Climate Central’s Book Debut

  • Published: Jul 24th, 2012

It's here! Our easy-to-digest book on what we know about climate change, how we know it, & what's left to figure out.

Trust Us, Photo is Real; And So Is Toll From Red Sludge

  • Published: Jul 13th, 2012

A Spanish photographer documented the lasting effects of the 2010 spill from an aluminum oxide refinery in Hungary.

Image of the Day: A Frog Marriage or a Plea for Rain?

  • Published: Jul 11th, 2012

Droughts persist in India -- not to mention the U.S. -- prompting a frog marriage as an offering to the rain gods in Nagpur, India.

Image of the Day: Rains in Assam of Elephant Proportions

  • Published: Jul 7th, 2012

Unusually severe floods from the monsoon rains have swept through the state of Assam in India.

Trillions at Stake in Sea Level Rise for 20 Global Port Cities

  • Published: Jul 7th, 2012

Assessment of sea level rise exposure in major port cities around the world finds $3 trillion currently at risk.

Media Heats Up with Coverage of Extreme Weather

  • Published: Jul 2nd, 2012

Media outlets nationwide are talking about the heat wave & severe thunderstorms. Here's some coverage we're reading.