Tropical cyclones are slowing, and hurricanes have lost their "hurry." Paradoxically, this is bad news, because they have more time to create damage.
A look at erosion in Taiwan reveals a new set of greenhouse gas sources, raising the possibility that the links between rock, rainfall and climate control may need revision.
More than a third of India’s electricity supply is at risk from water scarcity, which also threatens urban life in parts of South Africa.
Thunderstorms already cost the U.S. around $20 billion a year in flash floods, landslides, debris flows, high winds and hail.
Experts warn that while climate change did not cause Hurricane Harvey, its destructiveness has almost certainly been intensified by global warming.
European scientists say there is hope that a parched swath of Africa could suddenly start to receive heavy seasonal rainfall.
New U.N. report says climate change’s impacts on rainfall will have harsh economic consequences for regions such as South America and the Caribbean.
Nepali farmers are finding that environmentally friendly cultivation methods increase yields -- and also help them adapt to rising temperatures and increasingly erratic rainfall.
Evidence preserved in tree rings shows that Sierra Nevada snow cover is the lowest in five centuries -- and rising temperatures will only make things worse.
Researchers find evidence that cities with more green space are best for human well-being.