Extreme winter weather in the U.K. has sparked a bitter debate about the impact of climate change
There was no shortage of memorable weather events in 2013, but a new report says the human and financial cost from extreme events was surprisingly low. Why that likely won’t last
As northern Europe recovers from a major Atlantic storm, a new report suggests more extreme weather could be the norm.
More than 50 million people throughout the Northeast lost power in the great blackout of 2003. Could it happen again to the grid?
Hurricane Sandy made it clear: as the climate warms, population grows and sea level rises, extreme weather will hurt more. That’s why we need to fix flood insurance
Climate change didn’t cause Hurricane Sandy on its own, but that doesn’t mean that global warming doesn’t have an impact on extreme weather. Why we need to climate -proof our cities
Summer, which officially began last week, has hit Colorado pretty hard—not, unfortunately, with beach days and lemonade, but with raging wildfires such as the Waldo Canyon inferno that has scorched some 6,200 acres of land …
A new analysis by the NASA climatologist for the first time ties specific weather events to human-induced climate change