The autumn 2014 eruption of Iceland’s Bardarbunga stratovolcano was the island’s largest volcanic event in centuries. Continue reading →
Two western states recorded their hottest summers on record, and four states could see their warmest years on record. Continue reading →
Speaking in Alaska, President Barack Obama warned that climate change is no longer a problem of the future, but rather a challenge for now and one that will define the next century.
It’s an ideal laboratory -- or perhaps a harbinger -- of how climate change could affect the rest of the lower 48 states.
The increasing speed of melting glaciers in Greenland is leading to rising sea levels that threaten coastal communities from Florida to Thailand.
Climate change is already under way. But what's the worst that could happen in the future?
Global warming isn't just heating up the days, nighttime lows are also rising across the United States.
Climate change is causing the ice sheets to melt at an alarming rate. What would happen if all of the frozen ice in the ocean melted?
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