NASA will make another attempt to get the Orbiting Carbon Observatory into space to answer questions about global warming
More accurate, cheaper measurements of snowpack can help the state, struggling with drought, to better manage water flows
Deadly Heat Waves, Flooding Rains, Crop Failures Among Climate Change Plagues Already Afflicting Americans
Even more extremes expected in future according to the new National Climate Assessment
The third U.S. climate assessment note global warming's disruptions have hit the country, with more severe weather and economic impacts
More than 15 inches of rain in one day was aided by a warmer atmosphere that can hold more moisture
Intense flooding, and excessive dry spells, have arisen in the past 30 years, making farming harder than ever
Cold back East and warmth out West is a jet stream pattern that has been in place for 4,000 years, according to new research
Methane escapes from natural gas wells even before fracking, according to new direct measurements from flying over in an airplane
After the latest round of IPCC climate reports, some scientists are calling for a more streamlined process
Is the meltdown in the north weakening the jet stream and causing weird weather or not?
The world's largest ocean is absorbing carbon dioxide, and turning more acidic as a result, faster than expected
The American Academy for the Advancement of Sciences aims to convince Americans that action is needed to address global warming
Much of the potent greenhouse gas could be captured with existing technologies and profitably
Air pollution from fossil fuel production has contributed to worsening smog and climate change
The Pine Island Glacier in West Antarctica thinned at modern rates some 8,000 years ago
The massive Pacific Ocean is helping absorb the extra heat trapped by increasing concentrations of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere
A new project could help improve understanding of how the dwindling sea ice interacts with the atmosphere...
Levels of the potent greenhouse gas continue to rise and scientists aren't sure where most of it is coming from, though likely suspects include fracking, increased coal mining in China and a melting Arctic...
Even if the world started souring the skies to block sunlight any cooling effects would be hard to detect
Precipitation could finally be measured from space rather than the ground