But scientists see chance to control invasive species and study ecosystem disruption
The six warmest years in recorded history have been the past six: 2014–2019
By the mid-2030s, global temperatures will likely top 1.5 degrees Celsius above preindustrial levels
Mussels and crabs are two of the creatures most likely to invade Antarctica in the next 10 years, a panel of scientists say. Christopher Intagliata reports.
As the climate changes and glaciers melt, a lesser-known threat lurks in alpine areas: glacial lake outburst floods. These events happen rapidly, releasing huge amounts of water with little or no warning...
Over the first leg of the trip, scientists say they are already learning how much humans have altered the polar region
The changes would underestimate the true contributions to global warming of fossil fuel infrastructure and other projects
It’s a little of both for now, but in the long run, it’s bad
The large, intense fires have threatened more than 800 million animals in the state of New South Wales alone, according to one estimate
The annual FEMA summary is at odds with government research showing that warming is exacerbating natural disasters
Critics say a loophole in carbon accounting undermines the Paris Agreement to limit global warming
It’s a way to restore a feeling of control and a sense of well-being
The 2010s brought major climate science advances, but researchers still want to pin down estimates of Arctic melt and sea-level rise
A new federal report points to major potential losses in key fisheries and protective coral reefs
Near-record Arctic melting, a bountiful but deadly monsoon and three highly destructive tropical cyclones highlight the earth’s second warmest year on record...
Such energy storage technology could help relieve congested transmission lines in places like Vermont
The catastrophic fires raging across the southern half of the continent are largely the result of rising temperatures
The year saw youth leadership, feminist leadership, the Green New Deal, climate proposals from presidential candidates and climate justice
Everything is connected, and everything is changing
Recent rains have helped, but long-term climate change is likely to significantly increase migration