noaa climate change

It is really not that complicated: We are burning out the planet, or more appropriately we are burning out our ability to continue to exist upon it. Let there be no doubt, the planet will survive but whether we as a species will survive is another matter entirely.
Last year was likely the warmest year since 1880, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration confirmed on Thursday
Take a second and watch older Arctic sea ice -- represented by white and lighter colors -- expand and retreat in this animation
The paper, which was published in the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, pulls together 19 studies on 12 separate
Mary Glackin, a former top administrator at NOAA now working at the American Meteorological Society, also said it would be
Part of the issue is how well-adapted certain regions are to extreme heat stress, Dunne said. "It's very regionally dependent
WASHINGTON, July 10 (Reuters) - Climate change increased the odds for the kind of extreme weather that prevailed in 2011
The West is on fire, dozens are dead from the most recent heat wave, and the mainland U.S. has just felt its warmest 12 months