After a severe coral bleaching event struck the Great Barrier Reef, what does a future of climate change mean for the reef?
Unusually warm water along Australia's Great Barrier Reef has led to record-breaking coral bleaching.
Every summer, Greenland's ice sheet melts when temperatures warm up. This year, however, saw the start of the ice melt season begin in April, much earlier than normal.
Drought has gripped many islands across the Pacific thanks to El Niño and a lack of rainfall.
The Climate Resilience Toolkit's Water Resources Dashboard is a one-stop website for data and information on drought, flooding, precipitation, climate, and other water-related risks and opportunities.
Due to an unusually warm winter, Washington DC's famous cherry trees might reach peak bloom before the Cherry Blossom Festival begins on March 20.
For the third winter in a row, temperatures were well above normal for much of Alaska, leaving Alaskans to wonder, where's winter?
As the threats of tsunamis and sea level rise are joined by real and potential climate impacts, the Quinault community looks to move the lower village of Taholah to higher ground.
Meteorologist Tom Di Liberto explains how an unusual wind pattern and a late monsoon contributed to India's deadly May 2015 heatwave.
From soybeans and sunflowers in North Dakota to cotton and winter wheat in Texas, large stretches of croplands in the U.S. Great Plains rely exclusively on rain. Those croplands are likely to face longer dry spells by mid-century.