A noticeable decline in summer cloudiness has helped accelerate the melting rate of the Greenland Ice Sheet over the past 20 years.
Last month ranked in the top five warmest Junes on record.
Three different ocean temperature data groups confirm that the world's oceans are indeed warming rapidly.
Finally, some good news in regards to the global coral bleaching problem.
The latest on the sea ice extents in the Arctic and Antarctic
New research updates the future risks of moderate and severe flooding along the coast due to sea-level rise.
The White House has announced that the U.S. will withdraw from the 2016 Paris Agreement.
A new study led by Dartmouth College has determined that an abrupt shift in extreme precipitation events took place in the northeastern U.S. starting in 1996.
Parts of the Antarctic are experiencing an unusual surge of moss growth near the coast.
New research indicates that the number of extreme rainfall events will increase over a majority of regions worldwide due to global warming.
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