South Asia, Sierra Leone and southern Texas are experiencing catastrophic flooding and landslides. Here's how to help
What will a world that is a few degrees hotter look like? As negotiators gather in Paris, reporter Adam Levy investigates some of the effects that temperature changes will have on our planet.This article was reproduced with permission and was first published on November 20, 2015. It is a Nature Video production.
An intense wildfire season paired with the heavy rains of El Niño could set the stage for disasters in the western U.S.
In just a few days last week, some areas in Bosnia and Serbia received an amount of rain equivalent to one third of their annual total
A new analysis suggests New York might deal with sea level rise and flood risk by a system of small levees and raising buildings unless climate change is worse than anticipated
The probability of extreme winter floods appears to have increased by 25 percent compared with pre-industrial levels
More than 15 inches of rain in one day was aided by a warmer atmosphere that can hold more moisture
So, Sochi! The Olympics are about to start, you’re going to see all sorts of shiny new buildings and ski slopes, and you’ll be so excited by the events you may not pause to consider how they got there.
It's not flooding or other weather disasters that cause people to move but rather extreme high temperatures, at least in Pakistan
A system of oversized shafts and channels ushers flood waters away from the Tokyo metropolitan area.
LONGMONT, Colo.—Three days of soaking rain in Colorado have unleashed damaging floods in and around Denver, Boulder and Colorado Springs and isolated some towns in the foothills of the Rockies.