And the longer it takes to reduce carbon emissions, the higher they will go
Greater swings in dry and wet spells makes grass growth difficult, a challenge for pasturelands around the world
Donald van der Vaart might listen to scientists but won't say humans are major cause of climate change
By analyzing 130 years of seabird feathers, researchers determined that food webs are losing complexity in the Pacific—meaning less-resilient ecosystems. Christopher Intagliata reports.
And if countries do not meet the Paris climate agreement goals, the risks will be even greater
Because Trump has not nominated someone to head the Office of Science and Technology Policy, Michael Kratsios is the de facto leader
NASA, NOAA, EPA and the Interior and Energy departments hope Congress will push back
David Lindenmayer of the Australian National University College of Science in Canberra says that older trees play outsize roles in maintaining landscapes and ecosystems.
Duke Energy's Jim Rogers is trying to light up rural countries one village at a time
The rules seek to preserve the state’s authority to regulate emissions from two sectors that the administration has backed away from
A new study on the Northern Hemisphere’s mercury has troubling implications for wildlife and human health
The effect of removing fossil fuel subsidies would fall far short of the reductions promised in the Paris Agreement
The lower stratosphere’s ozone continues to decrease, despite the world’s success in phasing out ozone-depleting chemicals
States bordering the outer continental shelf are looking for carbon-free electricity as the Trump administration rolls back rules requiring it
Due to climate change, they already may not be catching enough prey to meet their high energy demands
Energy and environmental agencies have been the administration's prime targets for regulatory removal
Over planetary history, warm-blood animals have outperformed cold-blooded animals in adapting to changing temperatures
Are tariffs on solar panels and cuts to energy research preparing the U.S. for the inevitable growth in renewables?
Skeptics twist a cold snap into an impending Ice Age, and other bad spins
Small, low-cost satellites may vastly improve future predictions of weather and climate change