Global Climate Change
Vital Signs of the Planet
Images of Change
Images of Change
2020 Tied for Warmest Year on Record, NASA Analysis Shows
Warming Seas Are Accelerating Greenland's Glacier Retreat
NASA Satellites Help Quantify Forests' Impacts on Global Carbon Budget
ACTIVATE Begins Year Two of Marine Cloud Study
NASA-Funded Network Tracks the Recent Rise and Fall of Ozone-Depleting Pollutants
NASA Scientists Complete First Global Survey of Freshwater Fluctuation
NASA Data Power New USDA Soil Moisture Portal
NASA Joins White House National Climate Task Force
Major Earth Satellite to Track Disasters, Effects of Climate Change
Direct Observations Confirm That Humans Are Throwing Earth's Energy Budget off Balance
After COVID-19 Delay, Delta-X Field Campaign Begins in Louisiana
NASA-Built Instrument Will Help Spot Greenhouse Gas Super-Emitters
Earth Day Connections: NASA Study Predicts Less Saharan Dust in Future Winds
Earth Day Connections: NASA Investigates Vegetation
Earth's Cryosphere Is Vital for Everyone. Here's How NASA Keeps Track of Its Changes.
How Scientists Are Using the International Space Station to Study Earth's Climate
On a Changing Planet, NASA Goes Green
In a First, Scientists Map Particle-Laden Rivers in the Sky
International Cutting-Edge SWOT Satellite to Survey the World's Water
International Cooperation Award for NASA JPL's Michael Watkins, Michael Gross
New NASA Earth System Observatory to Help Address, Mitigate Climate Change
Satellites Show How Earth's Water Cycle Is Ramping Up as Climate Warms
Study Identifies Methane ‘Super-Emitters' in Largest US Oilfield
NASA Map Gives Most Accurate Space-Based View of LA's Carbon Dioxide
Local Lockdowns Brought Fast Global Ozone Reductions, NASA Finds
Machine Learning Model Doubles Accuracy of Global Landslide ‘Nowcasts'
Major Ocean-Observing Satellite Starts Providing Science Data
Assembly of Satellite to Track World's Water Shifts From US to France
Study Projects a Surge in Coastal Flooding, Starting in 2030s
NASA's AIRS Tracks Record-Breaking Heat Wave in Pacific Northwest
Mapping Tropical Forest Health with NASA Satellite Data
Getting a Bird's-Eye View of Food Insecurity with Catherine Nakalembe
Mosquito Bites and Satellites: Tracking Mosquito-Borne Disease with Earth Data
Five Ways NASA Helps with Shark Conservation
NASA Tracks Heat Wave Over US Southwest
How Much Carbon Dioxide Are We Emitting?
Satellite Data Give Scientists an Upstream Look at Native Fish
NASA Study Finds Tropical Forests' Ability to Absorb Carbon Dioxide Is Waning
Interactives, galleries and apps
Images of Change
Explore a stunning gallery of before-and-after images of Earth from land and space that reveal our home planet in a state of flux.
Climate Mobile Apps
Keep track of Earth's vital signs, see the planet in a state of flux and slow the pace of global warming with NASA's free mobile apps.
Climate Time Machine
Travel through Earth's recent climate history and see how increasing carbon dioxide, global temperature and sea ice have changed over time.
Eyes on the Earth
Track Earth's vital signs from space and fly along with NASA's Earth-observing satellites in an interactive 3D visualization.
Global Ice Viewer
Earth's ice cover is shrinking. See how climate change has affected glaciers, sea ice, and continental ice sheets.