by Ryan Koronowski Jun 29, 2016
People experiencing homelessness could see "greater rates of illness and death due to increases in heat waves, air pollution, storms and floods, and vector-borne diseases resulting from climate change."
by Natasha Geiling Jun 24, 2016
At least four have died, and hundreds of thousands left without power, following devastating floods in West Virginia.
by Joe Romm May 3, 2016
The Arctic continued its off-the-charts warmth in April, so it’s no surprise Arctic sea ice continues melting at a record pace.
by Joe Romm Mar 17, 2016
Such extreme temperatures (driven primarily by carbon pollution) have led to record-smashing weather-related disasters worldwide.
by Joe Romm Jan 25, 2016
A global slowdown in crucial Atlantic Ocean currents -- caused by global warming -- appears to be supercharging both precipitation and storm surge.
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Dec 4, 2015
Experts say climate's effects on agriculture are already evident.
by Natasha Geiling Jul 8, 2015
Is climate change to blame for Europe's record-breaking heat wave? Yes and no.
by Natasha Geiling Jun 22, 2015
Researchers at the National Center for Atmospheric Research say extreme weather events should be viewed under a "new normal" caused by climate change.
by Joe Romm Jun 2, 2015
Texas's rapid flip from multi-year drought to devastating deluges has the media talking about “weather whiplash.” Here's what that means.
by Emily Atkin May 31, 2015
Scientists don't think talking about climate change after a weather tragedy is political. In fact, they say, it's necessary.