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How Hot Your City Could Be By 2100 If Climate Change...

It's a sorry truth that hits you mid-July: Average summer temperatures have been rising since the 1970s. If we continue down this path, according...

These are the crazy climate records from 2016 you haven’t heard...

During August, ice-free areas of the Barents Sea (north of Norway and Russia) were up to 20°F (11°C) above averageThis article originally appeared on...

New findings show how climate change is influencing India’s farmer suicides

Additional heat is responsible for 59,300 suicides since 1980 - causing financial hardships due to crop lossThis article originally appeared on Climate CentralA suicide...

Tesla joins effort to pair batteries with offshore wind

The offshore wind farm energizing 80,000 homes will be located 12 miles outside Martha's Vineyard, Mass.This article originally appeared on Climate Central.Tesla and wind...

Extreme heat will hit India’s most vulnerable the hardest

More than half the world's population will be subject to potentially deadly heat waves even with big emission cutsThis article originally appeared on Climate...

Wildfire season is scorching the west

It may be time to enforce a year-round firefighting team to combat the growing number of wildfiresThis article originally appeared on Climate Central.The West...

Despite summer snow, Greenland is still melting

The snow could balance out the year's melt - with the ice sheet ending up with no net loss of iceThis article originally appeared...

How distant winds may be causing Antarctic meltdown

Understanding wind direction will help scientists predict more accurate levels of sea riseThis article originally appeared on Climate CentralEstimates of just how much sea...

Map shows warming’s fingerprints on weather

Heat-related weather events are on the rise, thanks to human-induced global warmingThis article originally appeared on Climate Central.The field of climate science that looks...

Rising seas spark tobacco-style lawsuits in California

Beach counties have made huge expenses dealing with sea level rise - hoping companies will help them pay for damageThis article originally appeared on...