A chemical compound can cut a cow's methane emissions by 30 percent—and help the animal get more energy from its food. Christopher Intagliata reports.
Heavy rainstorms, tied to global warming, will not send gravelly, stony rivers raging over the landscape
Demand for the new model pushes the electric vehicle company to accelerate manufacturing plans
As hoped-for precipitation from El Niño falls short, Los Angeles resorts to a controversial method to reap water from the sky
A live Webcast Wednesday will discuss the necessity of chaos theory and supercomputers in modeling climate change
The devastating natural disaster in Fort McMurray is “consistent” with climate change
Water scarcity poses a greater risk of turmoil under global warming, the World Bank argues
The auto-making country hopes to craft a transportation future powered by fuel cells
Refugees who survive the treacherous ocean crossing from Turkey to Greece wait in makeshift camps on the island of Lesbos, wondering about their next move
Satellites reveal large quantities of methane dumped into the atmosphere
One astronomer suggests that we cannot necessarily disentangle the two
Rising levels of CO2 are making it hard for fish to breathe in addition to exacerbating global warming and ocean acidification
Investors want utilities to prove they can be profitable under a 2-degree Celsius limit on global warming
Poll shows a big leap from two years ago
Pickups trucks and SUVs are not keeping pace, however
Timelines of emissions from major cities in the region show drop-offs coincide with political and economic events
Mountain-climbing bears transport cherry tree seeds, internally at first, to cooler, higher altitudes where the trees can survive as temperatures rise.
Rapid warming on the Antarctic Peninsula is killing some species but helping others
The pact to curb global warming receives an outpouring of support from more than 100 nations
Jonathan Edwards remakes his folk rock classic, "Sunshine," to call for action on climate change. He plays this new version with Scientific American publisher Jeremy Abbate.