Although they cover a fifth of Earth’s landmass, tropical grassy ecosystems are routinely misidentified and mismanaged
Methane escapes from natural gas wells even before fracking, according to new direct measurements from flying over in an airplane
Pollution from China's coal-burning power plants has increased the strength of storms in the Pacific Northwest by 10 percent over the last three decades
Contribute to a socially networked weather Almanac for communities to collectively journal climate observations, questions and decisions against near-real time climate information
How much does planting biofuels instead of crops lead to the spread of agricultural fields, cutting down yet more forests?
Some fish living in waters with currently naturally high levels of CO2 lose their sense of smell, and with it their ability to perceive predators—a possible portent to a global situation in the near future...
Carbon storage has to expand rapidly, or coal burning has to cease, if the world is to avoid dangerous climate change
Salt-tolerant rice as well as flexible barriers to keep salty water away and later to allow sediment in could mitigate flooding, which is expected to climb globally
World Bank President Jim Kim yesterday put climate change at the center of the fight against extreme poverty
Greenhouse gases from transportation may become one of the greatest drivers of human-induced climate change, according to a draft of the forthcoming U.N. fifth assessment report on mitigation of climate change...
Several fisheries depend on the river's estuary and are at risk of collapse
The scientist and futurist talks about self-regulating Gaia, climate change and peer review, as an exhibition featuring him opens April 9 in London
Ethics and costs are contentious issues tackled by the next Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report