Image of the Day: An Aussie Arachnid Invasion

  • Published: Mar 10th, 2012

Massive spiderwebs have taken over the countryside in parts of New South Wales thanks to record rains and flooding.

The Week That Was: Bring on the Madness

  • Published: Mar 3rd, 2012

Geoengineering gone crazy. Natural gas a false hope. A painful primer at the pump. And Seuss on the loose, too

Rising Temps in Northwest May Impact Hydro, California

  • Published: Mar 2nd, 2012

In the coming decades, warmer temperatures could hamstring California's hydropower source in the Pacific Northwest.

Image of the Day: Like Giant Sandtraps. Only Wetter

  • Published: Feb 15th, 2012

A system of ephemeral freshwater lakes act as an artificial flood overflow system for the Darling River in Australia.

The Week That Was: Floods, Steroids & Hollywood Stars

  • Published: Feb 11th, 2012

A summary of the Week That Was at Climate Central. It’s all here for you, the best of the best in a week that featured floods, the climate on steroids and a few Hollywood stars.

Flood Warnings at Risk as Cuts to Critical Gauges Loom

  • Published: Feb 10th, 2012

Cuts to the USGS stream gauge network threaten to undermine the accuracy of flood forecasts and warnings, officials say.

Climate Change a Growing Risk For U.S. Water Supplies

  • Published: Feb 8th, 2012

Rising temperatures, changing precipitation patterns, and sea level rise are all putting pressure on access to fresh water

Image of the Day: Polar Bear Plunge a Little More Bearable

  • Published: Feb 8th, 2012

A spirited bunch run into the Chesapeake Bay during the 16th annual Maryland State Police Polar Bear Plunge.