Here you'll find the basics on climate science, key energy and emissions trends, extreme weather, and other climate impacts. Students, teachers: check out the Climate Classroom.
Humans and our environment are already feeling the impacts of climate change as it makes temperatures hotter, sea levels higher, storms more intense, and oceans more acidic.
Climate change is causing more frequent and intense heat waves, droughts, and downpours, costing dollars and lives. Learn about the links between climate change and extreme weather.
This map shows billion-dollar weather events in the United States since 2000, as identified by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s National Climatic Data Center. Click on any circle to learn about one of the billion-dollar weather events, or any …
We've pulled together data from the most reliable sources to provide an overview of energy production and use, and of greenhouse gas emissions, in the U.S. and globally.