Pacific Gas and Electric Co. is headed to bankruptcy after downed power lines are blamed for several large wildfires
Mountain glaciers are an important source of freshwater for wildlife and human communities
In an annual World Economic Forum report, climate change, extreme weather and biodiversity loss were named among the highest global risks
Understanding how microbial communities change after a fire can help researchers to predict how an ecosystem will recover
Several companies are diversifying their businesses, from biofuels to electric vehicles
The White House has been looking at reallocating money earmarked to address flood risks
Climate change is shifting population numbers and nest building by resident and migratory birds in Europe—sometimes leading to deadly conflict. Christopher Intagliata reports.
Earth’s seas are absorbing excess heat 40 percent faster than previous estimates
Several projects face opposition from local residents and environmental groups
Travel and research by scientists with NASA, NOAA and the EPA is being impacted
As the Arctic warms, melting glaciers could be an underestimated source of the potent greenhouse gas
From California to Florida, these state leaders could have major influence on U.S. climate policy
Pine needles can easily be broken down into sugars as well as the building blocks of paint, adhesives and medicines. Christopher Intagliata reports.
Motivated by events like Hurricane Harvey, researchers are trying to determine how climate change interacts with agriculture, energy, transportation and other human systems
Changes in phytoplankton growth, and nutrients, could affect famous mirror-like clarity
As temperatures warm, it becomes more likely the drought will match past “megadroughts” for length as well
California Representative-elect, Mike Levin, thinks climate can rally voters in the next presidential race
Warming temperatures may be causing tundra ponds to evaporate or drain into thawing permafrost
The 156-page “rulebook” governs how nations will achieve their pledged emissions reductions
Millions of years from now, the geologic record of the "Anthropocene" will be littered with plastics, yes, but also chicken bones. Christopher Intagliata reports.