One morning, a tiny snowman appears, seated on a bench near the corner of 112th Street and Broadway in New York City. Let’s take a picture every time we go by. Maybe we will learn something.
Climate Archives - Page 2 of 153 - State of the Planet
From polar bears to budget cuts, a climate reporter’s job is never easy. But for some, it’s worth the struggle.
In February, the long-predicted El Niño event in the Pacific began to finally take shape. Here’s what it could mean for precipitation levels over the next few months.
The world’s leading earth scientist is not allowing collective inaction to absolve her of personal responsibility.
Rainy weather is becoming increasingly common over parts of the Greenland ice sheet, triggering sudden melting events that are eating at the ice and priming the surface for more widespread future melting, says a new study.
A new project is looking for the fingerprints of climate change in the hurricanes of today, so we’ll know what to expect in the near future.
Scientists are developing a geologic record of how other planets have influenced the orbit of Earth, and thus its climate, over the last 200 million-plus years.
Measurements of stable isotopes in tree rings may expand the climate information that scientists can get from old trees.
New developments in climate research led by atmospheric scientist Yutian Wu are adding to our understanding of the “polar vortex” and other extreme events.
In a hearing before the House Subcommittee on Environment, Radley Horton delivered sobering remarks about how climate change will impact our coastlines, economy, and society at large.