The latest in ProPublica's “Killing the Colorado” series looks at how, despite decades of accepted science, California and Arizona still miscount their water supplies
A new study sees forests around the globe suffering increased burning as climate changes
The plant used to make tequila also uses less water during photosynthesis
If you’ve witnessed a landslide—the movement of a mass of rock, debris, or earth down a slope—report it to the U.S. Geological Survey to help them better understand these hazards...
A study more precisely detailing how volcanoes affected climate in the past sheds light on how much CO2 will change climate
High hopes and high tensions surround the test project in Arizona
Lack of rain has reduced access to clean water and undermined effective hygiene, putting children's lives at risk
The Western Canadian province of Saskatchewan said on Sunday it was evacuating an additional 8,000 people from the far north of the province, as wildfires continue to spread and threaten homes...
Each plant takes five gallons of water a day from legal and illegal water diversions
The U.S. flood insurance program has inaccurate elevation data about many high-risk homes that enjoy discounted premiums
We currently have a maximum of about 60 minutes to prepare for tech disruptions on Earth due to coronal mass ejections from the sun, but an improved forecasting system could lengthen that lead time by hours...
Sea breezes brought lower temperatures on Friday to ease a heat wave that killed more than 1,150 people around Pakistan's teeming port city of Karachi during the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan...
The problems are as much structural and systemic as they are natural
A heat wave has killed nearly 800 people in Pakistan's financial hub of Karachi and piled pressure on a beleaguered provincial government
In recent decades, Alaska has warmed twice as fast as the rest of the U.S.
Searchers with rescue dogs combed through a large lake resort west of Chicago on Tuesday, looking for people who might be trapped after a tornado toppled trailers and RVs
Check out these amazing weather photos from a NOAA contest
A new study suggests that mentioning climate change causes contrarians to withhold charitable giving
Nearly 90 percent of temblors in the central U.S. are now caused by water injected into underground wells
The 7.8 magnitude temblor that hit Nepal in April shifted the world's tallest mountain slightly to the southwest