The presidential candidate is getting advice from old guard Democrats, liberal activists and union favorites
Climate has been a major driver of changes in vegetation over thousands of years—but not the only one
Sea ice loss could ultimately beat the record low season of 2012
Efforts to green buildings and encourage public transit could unintentionally price out low-income residents
The research narrows the range for how much Earth’s average temperature may rise if CO2 levels are doubled
In cities with relatively clean electricity and long car commutes, widespread telework could reduce greenhouse gas emissions
The system works like noise-cancelling headphones but fits over an open window. Christopher Intagliata reports.
Journalist Bob Hirshon reports from the Taking Nature Black conference, reporter Shahla Farzan talks about tracking copperhead snakes, and nanoscientist Ondrej Krivanek discusses microscopes with subangstrom resolution...
The Clean Air Act would be a key avenue for pursuing more stringent emissions reductions
The aim is to reduce the carbon intensity of operations, but critics say the plan does not go far enough
The city was initially slow to change after the disaster killed 739 people, but is now a model for heat preparedness
Atmospheric concentrations of the second most important greenhouse gas are hitting record levels
There is a 24 percent chance that global average temperature could surpass that mark in the next five years
Climate action today will take decades to manifest in global temperatures because of “climate inertia”
Mussels in the lakes, themselves invasive species, may not be able to outcompete Asian carp for food, as previously thought
Old, big trees are dying faster than in the past, leaving younger, less biodiverse forests that store less carbon worldwide.
The company recently overruled its scientific fact-checking group, which had flagged information as misleading
Such a system could bypass the fiber-optic cables that can be severed when storms down utility poles
Much of the warming is linked to natural climate cycles happening thousands of miles away in the tropics
Many species are known to have changed their migration routes in response to the changing climate. They now include mule deer and Bewick’s swans.