Scientists fear that climate change could trigger drought in southern and western parts of country. Spring is in the air in the northern hemisphere, but this year the climate is behaving strangely in places.
"After nearly half a century of research in planetary and climate science for NASA, James E. Hansen is retiring on Wednesday to pursue his passion for climate activism without the hindrances that come
It is way past time for the World Bank Group to change course and invest in clean energy instead of fossil fuels. There are clean energy alternatives literally popping up all over the place. World Bank
Montanans already understand that climate change is affecting our daily lives. The argument isn't whether the world is changing, it's how to respond. I am a third-generation farmer from north-central My
OSLO (Reuters) - Climate change could get worse quickly if huge amounts of extra heat absorbed by the oceans are released back into the air, scientists said after unveiling new research showing that oceans
Manitobans should brace for "major flooding" in some regions as recent heavy snowfall and a prolonged winter have wiped out early predictions of only mild to moderate water swells for the province. In
Since Hurricane Sandy, local officials in many coastal towns in New Jersey are reporting increased flooding and higher flood waters. They say it is happening both during storms and even just on high tides.
According to findings made public earlier this month, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission recently uncovered potentially significant flooding vulnerabilities at two Tennessee nuclear power plants and, after
The first-in-the-nation caucus state could see a halt in critical infrastructure work, thanks to mandatory federal budget cuts. Here's a big one to add to the catalog of potential sequestration casualties:
The future of Chelsea is in question. Most of its galleries, which number around 200, now sit squarely in one of the worst flood-hazard zones in New York City, according to a new map released by the Federal
Police and soldiers search for bodies in Buenos Aires province after floods from torrential rains killed at least 57. Argentine police and soldiers are searching house to house, in creeks and culverts