A startling study says that the most devastating storms -- those, like Hurricane Michael, which intensify rapidly -- are already more common.
New research shows the planet is already paralleling the most recent major warm period in its past. Now the only question is how fast Antarctica could collapse.
Experts say that climate change might already be fueling an increase in the number of billion-dollar disasters.
Scientists find the ocean will look different in the future as a warming climate changes populations of marine microorganisms called phytoplankton.
Scientists say the ocean circulation is slowing down -- but we’re just beginning to learn how it works.
While it remains disputed, some scientists think the current polar vortex invasion is the kind of thing we should expect from climate change.
The continental United States is 1.8 degrees Fahrenheit warmer than it was a century ago. Seas around the coasts are nine inches higher. Damage is mounting because of these fundamental changes, and Americans are living it.
The year was at least the fourth in a row a full degree Celsius, or 1.8 degrees Fahrenheit, warmer than the late 19th century.
The 22 page report to Congress highlighted 53 out of 79 bases exposed to current flooding risk -- but the Defense Department has thousands of installations.
A 4-mile-long break was recently caught on video at one of Greenland's biggest glaciers.