Videos - On the Media

Red Flags of Warning on Record Heat

  • Published: January 8th, 2013

The year 2012 has become the hottest year in the U.S. since scientists began keeping records. As Climate Central Chief Climatologist Dr. Heidi Cullen tells ABC’s Dan Harris on World News Tonight with Diane Sawyer, don’t expect this record to be the last.

Videos - Climate in Context

Tell Me Why: Climate Science Is So Important

  • Published: January 7th, 2013

Scientist Jeff Privette explains how what's seen from the sky can tell us a lot about our climate on Earth.

Videos - Extreme Weather

Tell Me Why: Questions Swirl Around Climate & Tornadoes

  • Published: January 7th, 2013

Climate scientist Deke Arndt explains why questions still swirl around any connection between climate & tornadoes.

Videos - Climate in Context

Tell Me Why: The Climate Extremes Index Matters

  • Published: January 7th, 2013

Climate scientist Deke Arndt explains the Climate Extremes Index and the critical information it contains.

Videos - Climate in Context

Tell Me Why: We Need ‘Normals’ and Long-term Trends

  • Published: January 7th, 2013

Climate scientist Anthony Arguez explains the importance of “normals” in this version of Tell Me Why.

Videos - On the Media

Growing Threat of Worse Hurricanes

  • Published: November 30th, 2012

Was the 2012 tornado season, which was the third most active, a sign of things to come in a warming world? Dr. Heidi Cullen answers that question and others in an interview with ABC’s Dan Harris on World News Tonight with Diane Sawyer.

Videos - On the Media

The Dangerous Duo: Sea Level Rise and Storm Surge

  • Published: November 26th, 2012

NBC’s Anne Thompson talks with Dr. Ben Strauss on how the combo of climate-change induced sea level rise and storm surge increase the odds of Sandy-like storms happening again in the near future.

Videos - On the Media

Understanding Global Warming, Minus the Gobbledygook

  • Published: November 26th, 2012

Senior Writer Michael Lemonick sits down with Al Roker and Stephanie Abrams of The Weather Channel to suggest that a more accurate name for global warming might be the title of Climate Central's new book, “Global Weirdness.”