Long before low-lying islands are swallowed by sea level rise, wave-related flooding could contaminate their freshwater resources.
Caribbean countries must transform their energy systems by creating new, greener sources of power.
A new study finds that, by the end of the century, California's climate is expected to oscillate more frequently between extreme drought and deluge conditions.
In order to better understand just how extreme the state's weather has gotten, scientists looked to the ring patterns of 500-year-old oaks.
A monster El Niño could be on its way, and it will likely have a complicated effect on the world's breadbaskets.
With a ton of land and plenty of weather variability, it will take much longer before a majority of the public feels the effects of extreme weather.