Parts of the massive ice sheet once considered stable have been shown to be melting in new research
A consideration of the role of sootlike particulates and ozone implies that the climate should will not be insensitive to increasing levels of greenhouse gases. David Biello reports
The first bird being considered for endangered species protections due to climate change migrates 30,000 kilometers a year
Five months after Typhoon Haiyan devastated the central Philippines, building back is slow
Ice sheets trapped ancient Americans in refuges on land now under the Bering Strait
Changing precipitation patterns helped Genghis Khan rise to power—and ride to victory across Eurasia
By studying current lava flows over lava and ice, scientists are learning how volcanic eruptions through ancient ice sheets can hold clues to past ice ages
The conflict over Crimea may prove a last gas…p for Russian energy warfare
"Time to Wake Up" to the threat posed by global warming a group of young senators urged Congressional colleagues
More of the world's population is eating the same stuff, meaning more monocultural crops at risk for disease and less gut microbial diversity, a health problem for humans. Cynthia Graber reports
Recording-breaking domestic oil production is likely to swamp any effort to inject climate change concerns into the 2014 elections
The spongy algae is proliferating across eastern North America
The risk area for malaria expanded between 1990 and 2005
Whether it's water or communication systems, infrastructure is ill prepared to keep functioning under changing climate conditions
An extinction crisis is quietly unfolding in the southeastern U.S.
Why have conservative groups been so successful in casting doubt on global warming?