Emissions reduction plans and renewable energy intentions are suddenly in question
A changing climate will put New Yorkers at risk of overheating, according to a new study
An effort in Ecuador might point the way to a more sustainable future for the rainforest and people
Sea level rise as a result of global warming is not stopping developers of Florida’s coast
More particulate matter in the air can build stronger, longer-lasting thunderstorms over the tropics, leading to more extreme storms. Christopher Intagliata reports.
A vote to leave the European Union would transform energy policy as well as the fight to curb global warming
The most remote continent on Earth has caught up with its more populated counterparts
BP forecasts continued growth in wind, solar and other clean energy
Scientists grapple over the extent to which humans are making extreme weather worse
Wildlife researcher Joel Berger dons a polar bear outfit to study the reactions of musk oxen to the threat of bears increasingly driven onto the land for food.
A plan under study would link the state to California and Quebec
Narendra Modi aims to curb global warming while allowing India to get richer
Damselfish had trouble sniffing out survival clues by their fellows in damaged coral. Jason Goldman reports.
CO2, sent deep belowground, crystalized onto basaltic rock, never to rise again
Climate change poses significant threats to the populous nation
The first female presidential candidate will use global warming as an election issue
How drying forests and lightning may have turned fire from a primal threat into a life-sustaining object of reverence
Getting a handle on the greenhouse gas will help predict the future of global warming
To cut CO2 pollution, experts argue for nuclear power
A new device that combines chemistry and synthetic biology could prove key to renewable fuels and even chemicals—and combating climate change