Scientists are hoping to get ahead of some of the worst impacts of warming
The extreme weather has planners concerned about conditions during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics
Carbon credits to projects in India and China that emit enormous quantities of greenhouse gases could be denied immediately
More developing nations back the idea that global warming is an issue for the council
The world's oceans appear to be headed to a new mass extinction event
The IPCC foresees swiftly expanding alternative energy, defines cookstoves as "renewable" and omits nuclear
A Nissan minivan will replace the thousands of Ford Crown Victorias starting in 2013
The massive hole in the atmosphere above Antarctica is altering rainfall patterns in the Southern Hemisphere
Major changes to development planning and conservation along coastlines from the tip of Long Island all way up the Hudson River Valley are recommended
Government officials believe deliberate human degradation of Pakistan's environment, along with a string of failings in engineering projects downstream, made the 2010 summer flooding worse...
A ClimateWire investigation into the origins of the flood disaster uncovered evidence that points to a calamity caused by man, the cumulative effect of erratic weather forecast by climate change models, massive deforestation, and lax attention to infrastructure...
Devastating flooding in Pakistan may foreshadow extreme weather to come as a result of global warming
Paying firms to destroy a potent greenhouse gas sounds like a good way to help combat global warming, but a coalition of outside groups says these companies are deliberately producing more of the waste just to earn offset credits...
Offsets for the emissions that cause climate change from around the globe may have been faked
Scientists argue a new approach is needed to reverse an eroding confidence in climate science among the general public
White-nose syndrome continues to baffle
Replacing wood and coal with electricity could help reduce poverty and pollution
Converting waste paper into fuel briquettes might help stop the ongoing destruction of Haiti's remaining trees for charcoal