Countries were expected to ramp up their emissions reductions goals at the November meeting, now delayed until 2021
The unknown influence of climate change has thrown a wrench into efforts to understand the Madden-Julian Oscillation
Though urban living has a smaller carbon footprint, it can make social distancing more difficult
It is possible for the world to cut emissions enough to limit warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius. But tenacious belief will be needed to achieve that goal
Secretary-General António Guterres still urged countries not to lose sight of the global warming challenge
The likelihood of extreme events today is being underestimated, new research suggests
The two main proposals are for airlines to reduce carbon emissions and to extend clean-tech tax credits
Europe and Asia crush their all-time warmest winter records by a huge margin...
The utter lack of time zones, daylight and people creates a bizarre world
As oceans heat up, the ubiquitous noise of snapping shrimp should increase, posing issues for other species and human seagoing ventures.
A team member slated to join the ship frozen into the sea ice has tested positive for the virus
While he opposed the Paris climate agreement, Representative Mark Meadows has signaled support for renewables and a possible carbon tax
Scientists expect to see changes in the timing, location and severity of disease outbreaks as global temperatures rise
The famous pink blooms in Washington, D.C., are responding to an unusually warm winter on the East Coast
Such an extreme fire season is at least 30 percent more likely because of global warming, a new analysis finds
While the changes are not yet permanent, they provide a glimpse into a possible future
Increasing or decreasing the altitude of aircraft by a few thousand feet to avoid thin layers of humidity could make a major reduction to contrails’ contribution to climate change...
Despite claims to the contrary, eliminating them would have a significant effect in addressing the climate crisis
Energy decisions that India makes in the next few years could profoundly affect how hot the planet becomes this century
A shift to renewable energy powered by a carbon tax would create millions of new jobs, but the amount of money it would return to U.S. residents in rebates could vary considerably