Errors could cause researchers to overestimate the rate of photosynthesis when water is scarce
Arctic ice drift has been speeding up 14 percent per decade since the late 1980s
The trend could worsen significantly in the future if tree cover spreads northward
Artificial-leaf technology converts carbon dioxide to fuels and more
Massive, flexible blades would bend with storm winds like the palm trees that inspired them
The Holuhraun lava field explosion of 2014 and 2015 could help scientists sharpen climate change models
Companies told Scott Pruitt that having a regulation on the books would help them plan for the future
The discussion was meant to show that lawmakers are not yielding the climate discussion to those who reject mainstream science
Journalist Craig Pittman of the Tampa Bay Times talks about his book, Oh, Florida! How America’s Weirdest State Influences the Rest of the Country.
10 percent of electricity generated in the country in March came from these renewables
As polar bears are forced onto land, they're feeding on animals with less mercury—reducing their levels of the toxic pollutant. Christopher Intagliata reports.
Scientists, skeptics, crabbers and pastors try to find common ground, offering a glimmer of hope for a divided country
Rick Perry reverses his support of the Paris accord, in the name of energy "leadership"
A new report identifies 12 "epicenters" worldwide where changing climate could spark conflict
Already, a relatively minor temperature increase has had disastrous health consequences in the country
How can you support renewable energy? Plus, why you should
Shifting coal-fired power plants in the U.S. to natural gas would have tremendous positive effects on human health in America
The Coast Guard is testing models for new ships it hopes to begin building in 2020
A recent report forecasts that waters could swell as much as seven feet by 2100
The president's move is galvanizing climate action and energizing states, localities and companies