Sea ice was also thinner this winter than in the past four years
What caused the hole in the ozone layer? And how has science helped us begin to shrink the hole?
The waters off the coast of Spain are now home to Museo Atlántico, which takes aim at climate change deniers and corporate interests while helping marine life to prosper.
Researchers used ancient climate cycles to confirm the solar system’s chaotic planetary orbits. An Earth–Mars collision is one distant outcome. Julia Rosen reports.
Credit goes to natural gas, renewable energy and efficiency gains
Conservative environmentalists push “free enterprise” approaches, like carbon tax, instead of regulations
Physicians are noticing an influx of patients whose illnesses are directly or indirectly related to global warming
In fewer than a dozen generations bumblebee-pollinated plants were coaxed to develop traits that made them even more pleasing to the bees. Christopher Intagliata reports.
James Mattis’ unpublished testimony before a Senate panel recognizes a threat others in the administration reject or minimize
The White House wants to slash nearly half the budget of EPA's Office of Research and Development, which does most of agency's science work
For every two species lost in a grassland, the remaining flowers there bloomed a day earlier—on par with changes due to rising global temperatures. Christopher Intagliata reports.
Changes by automakers and the White House would leave some states with more polluting gas-guzzlers, and others with efficient vehicles
It marks five consecutive years of CO2 increases of at least 2 parts per million, an unprecedented rate of growth
Demolishing dams helps many fish but threatens waters where some native species shelter from drought and invasive predators
His new book, New York 2140, explores the interplay of climate change and global finance on a warmer, wetter future world
Scott Pruitt cites a need to “continue the review and analysis” despite strong push back from scientists
Narrowing the Clean Water Rule could increase pollution in critical waters
The Arctic animals have not suffered a mismatch with shifting food supplies
Its targeting of climate science goes beyond the work of NOAA and EPA
The law may promote resiliency to warming by protecting habitats and natural systems