On September 22, Antarctic sea ice peaked at 7.76 million square miles, breaking the previous sea ice extent record by 216,000 square miles.
Researchers studying the fingerprint of human-caused climate change on extreme weather events have found that it played a role in half of the 2013 events that they looked at.
Doubling the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere won't produce as much global warming as some previous estimates, says a new study.
On Tuesday, President Obama announced plans to deal with the weather extremes that come in hand with climate change, including floods, heat waves, and sea level rise.
A new timelapse from NASA shows the Arctic losing sea ice through this year's summer melt season. The Arctic reached its minimum sea ice extent on September 17.
Billions of years ago, the Martian atmosphere resembled Earth’s in a lot of ways. MAVEN intends to figure out why that changed.
It was the warmest summer on Earth since records began in 1880, according to a report by NOAA. The month of August was the warmest such month on record, as well.
Tornado season is the U.S. is peaking earlier, with wilder swings from year to year, according to two recent studies.
At opposite ends of the world, trends in sea ice coverage are in stark opposition.
A rise in local tidal waters - fueled by global warming - virtually guarantees record flooding in D.C. over the next century, concludes a new analysis.