Weather & Science
An examination of the sellers, verifiers and buyers of a popular climate solution tied to renewable energy. Experts say it might end up actually increasing emissions
Two new studies from World Weather Attribution look for global warming’s fingerprints in the flooding and in drought conditions in the Sahel region.
A large region of South Sudan verges on becoming uninhabitable, in a stark demonstration of “loss and damage”
A plume spotted by satellite over Alabama last month appears to have been caused by a release from a compressor station.
Record-low water levels are causing major shipping jams just as the US needs to export this year's harvest.
With maps and data on 72,000 power plants, oil refineries, airports and more, the new website Climate Trace aims to offer “radical climate transparency.”
Chill brings curtain down on least destructive season in years.
It’s the fourteenth named storm of the 2022 Atlantic hurricane season.
ClimRR can help officials understand complex community vulnerabilities, while Risk Factor Pro estimates dangers down to the individual property level (and is free to the public).
This year is likely to be the 5th or 6th hottest on record, according to the UN’s provisional State of the Climate Report.
We posted a high-resolution image of a methane cloud every day for nine days to highlight how common — and damaging — releases of the potent greenhouse gas are.
Oil and gas-related emissions of planet-warming methane could be halved at no cost, according to Global Energy Monitor.
Fragments of coral inserted in clay tiles are surviving and growing, researchers say, a hopeful sign for saving the animals at risk from climate change.
Cameras mounted on tiger sharks help scientists find a giant seagrass ecosystem in The Bahamas
Scorching temperatures are impeding milk production and withering the crops that cattle eat — dynamics that could contribute to shortages or price increases.
Read a transcript of the conversation between podcast host Akshat Rathi and Bloomberg Green reporter Laura Millan.
A lack of weather stations is holding back climate science in Africa, a problem for the continent's ability to claim compensation for climate damages.