The chance of floodwaters overtopping Manhattan's seawalls has skyrocketed since the mid-1800s thanks to swelling seas and mounting storm surges finds a new study.
The wave after wave of bitter cold that has walloped the eastern U.S. since January has truly been an anomaly set against the temperature pattern around the globe.
The remarkable conclusion about a surge in outages may not surprise Washington, D.C.-area residents.
Bill to support enhanced forecasts is first passed by any house of Congress since 1992.
Landmark report frames climate change as part of an interconnected web of environmental and social challenges.
February's average temperature on Earth was above average for the 348th consecutive month, but had the lowest monthly ranking in two years.
Raising public awareness of the multiple threats to our planet’s life support system is too important to be subject to the whims of the weather.
By multiple metrics, the amount of snow and ice over the Lower 48 states, Great Lakes, and North America are in historic territory.
The debate about whether this winter’s cold weather is due to global warming has become a stumbling block in our public discourse on climate change.
The weather in the eastern U.S. deviated from much of the rest of the planet.