NASA's work on climate change would go to another agency, with or without funding, or possibly get cut
Researchers found the range of wildlife now affected by climate change is broad, and includes animals on every continent
Climate change is leading to more extreme rainfalls that can overwhelm infrastructure
The repeated bouts of warm weather this season have stunned polar researchers, and could push the Arctic to a record low winter peak for the third year in a row
The lawsuit began in 2015, when a group of kids, young adults and environmentalists sued the U.S. government and top officials for failing to protect them from the dangers of global warming
Warmer winters, prolonged drought, and other effects of global warming multiply the threat of fire in these communities
Researchers look into the future of the far North for clues to save species and maybe even bring back sea ice
But would a price of $40 per ton hold back climate change as much as Obama policies would have?
Panel will likely push reforms that many fear will meddle with the scientific process
Due to the clear link to their diminishing habitat, polar bears have become the poster children for the direct impact of this lost Arctic sea ice. But how does this missing ice affect the rest of us? How are our futures connected to the future of the polar bear?
Low oil and gas prices make this the right time to tax fossil fuels
The state, and North Carolina, had trouble planning for damaging erosion after orders similar to White House moves
New research suggests that as weather patterns changed some 30,000 years ago in Australia, megafauna went extinct
The new reductions will bring coal use in the city to less than 7 million tons this year, down from around 22 million tons in 2013
Lamar Smith says he has new evidence that a government study discrediting a purported pause in global warming was politically motivated, but independent research supports the findings
But if these ecosystems are not protected, they could release huge amounts of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere
Arctic heat waves melt sea ice, which promotes more warming and even more ice loss. In other words, it’s a snowball effect—or in this case, an anti-snowball effect. Julia Rosen reports.
Federal climate plans created under the former president, tribal assistance programs and references to international cooperation have been stricken from the EPA’s Web site
Faced with a possible U.S. retreat on climate efforts, European officials fear a leadership vacuum will embolden those seeking to slow the fight against global warming
The lifelong oilman now leads the State Department, which oversees international climate change negotiations, programs to alleviate energy poverty and environmental treaties