September 2014 was the hottest September since instrumental records began being taken in 1880.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration reports that May 2014 had the highest combined global average temperature (both land and ocean) ever recorded for that month at 59.93 degrees F. Continue reading â†’
El NiÃ±o is back, scientists say. So get set for some freaky stuff to happen around the world this summer and fall.
Serious cataclysms are necessary to change the Earth's climate in a short time and humans seem to be one of them.
Record-breaking high temperatures becoming the norm is turning out to become a scorching reality this summer.
An unexpected temperature spike this week in a nuclear reactor at the embattled Fukushima plant, has required emergency countermeasures.
Three generations of Russian scientists have been keeping track of the world's largest and deepest lake and they're finding some surprising climate change connections.
Atmospheric waves generated from ocean heat may provide a new explanation for why western cities are usually warmer than eastern cities despite similar latitudes.