Answering this question can help policymakers, scientists, and climate communicators develop more effective strategies to reach skeptics and deniers.
A new book presents recent advances in the modeling and remote sensing of droughts and floods of use to emergency response organizations and policy makers on a global scale.
Using cutting-edge observations, reanalyses, and climate models, a new study projects the outbreak of temperature extremes over new global areas by 2100.
Around the world, the seasonal snowpack is changing. Eos’s October issue looks at how we study winter weather, adapt to climate changes, and even fight for the snow we love.
Shrinking snowpack, thawing permafrost, and shifting precipitation patterns have widespread consequences. Can new technologies—and public policies—help communities adapt?
Last winter, an unprecedented high-pressure system over the Arctic drove nearly a quarter of old sea ice into warmer waters, putting it at greater risk of melting.
A major scientific assessment of global climate science found a much stronger connection between climate change and extreme weather than ever before.
A new study warns that we need to expect and prepare for unprecedented heat waves in the near future.
Un nuevo informe del gobierno de EE. UU. muestra que el clima está cambiando y que las actividades humanas conducirán a muchos más cambios. Estos cambios afectarán el nivel del mar, la frecuencia de las sequías, las precipitaciones severas y más.
Get ready for another above-average hurricane season, but it likely won’t be as busy as last year.