Warming Winter Olympics
As the 2022 Winter Olympic Games begin in Beijing, we look at the historical warming trends and future suitability of previous host cities in a warming world.
Shrinking Cold Snaps
From 1970 to 2021, the longest winter cold snaps shrunk for 97% of the 244 U.S. locations analyzed—a winter trend that can have year-round impacts.
2021 Winter Package
Climate Central breaks down four key concepts to highlight when discussing climate change and the winter season.
Solutions Series: Creating Climate-Friendly Homes
In our latest solutions brief, Climate Central looks at how energy efficiency and electrification upgrades in our homes can save money and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
2021 Record Rain Days
Climate change is supercharging the water cycle, making the heaviest rains of each year heavier.
Global COP26, Local Impacts
Climate Central is on the ground at COP26 this week to bring you updates and analysis of what this global climate summit could mean for future warming across the U.S. and around the world.
Check out our guide to next week's UN Climate Change Conference—and see what the outcomes could mean for future warming at 240+ stations across the U.S.
Climate change and health
Climate Central’s new toolkit shows how climate change is impacting health locally, and how that may change in the future.