Find out with this handy new map.
Blame climate change, and the pesky Ardes aegypti mosquito.
A new NASA map shows what parts of the country will likely soon suffer from extreme floods, major droughts, and other water-related calamities.
Rebuild by Design's innovative solutions for a future when rising sea levels reconfigure the East Coast beyond recognition.
Amazingly, half the cuts came from reductions in household energy use.
This exemplifies how humans are distorting the ecosystem.
Austin, St. Louis ... the Great Wall of China?
The Los Angeles Times took a stand against climate misinformation on its letters page. Will other newspapers follow its lead?
Hurricane Sandy exposed striking vulnerabilities in the city's supply chains.
Farmers today produce 145 percent more food than just a few decades ago, but they're also responsible for a third of greenhouse gases.
The rise of solar-power companies and other solar innovators has created a future-oriented economic sector for the city.
A billion people could lose easy access to water by the end of the century, triggering mass migrations, food shortages, and wars.
In 35 years, U.S. cities consistently will be hotter than their hottest year on record.
New York. Paris. Bacon.
Hotter, wetter weather and new droughts are shown in this weirdly undulating simulation of Earth's atmosphere.
A train tour through China's coal country, where every bit of the shadowy landscape has been pressed into the service of power generation.
The IPCC's latest assessment is frightening... but it's also bolstering the claims of deniers.
Scientists warn of "unequivocal" climate change that is "unprecedented over decades to millennia."