August 9, 2021

The findings of their review of more than 14,000 studies are clear: climate change is affecting nearly every part of the planet, and there is no doubt that human activities are the cause.

Photo from a National Guard helicopter showing flooded neighborhoods in Port Arthur, TX, from Hurricane Harvey
March 31, 2021

A panel of hurricane experts reviewed more than 90 research studies on the observed and projected changes in tropical cyclones for an updated summary of what the science says about the human influence on these devastating storms.

Rebecca Jackson
February 9, 2021

To better predict sea level rise, Rebecca Jackson wants to describe exactly what happens where liquid ocean meets the icy underside of glaciers. But how do you study a glacier that could calve a dangerous iceberg at any moment?

Coalbrookdale by Night
December 16, 2020

Existen evidencias científicas abrumadoras de que la Tierra se está calentando y una preponderancia de pruebas científicas de que las actividades humanas son la causa principal.

August 4, 2020

Join three heat experts to talk about how we map, monitor, and lessen the impacts of urban heat islands.

Four people dressed for winter weather stand on a wet beach in front of a row of homes
June 22, 2020

Volunteers in three states are recording changes to their local beaches, information that's vital to protecting and restoring their seashores. 

November 14, 2019

On Tuesday, November 19, NOAA sea level rise expert William Sweet answered questions in a Climate.gov tweet chat about sea level rise and U.S. high-tide flooding. 

May 29, 2019

Pulled from the Fourth National Climate Assessment report published in November 2018, this FAQ explains what we know about the connection between global warming and Atlantic hurricanes. 

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