Leading Antarctic marine biologist James McClintock gives us an unprecedented first-person account of the dramatic impacts of climate change on the polar environment and its wildlife
Gas-powered electricity could slash greenhouse gases, but only if we get methane emissions under control
Climate Deniers Intimidate Journal into Retracting Paper that Finds They Believe Conspiracy Theories
The paper was sound but a libel threat apparently exerted pressure on management at Frontiers in Psychology, suggesting a blow to academic freedom
New incinerators appeal to cities looking to get rid of garbage and produce renewable power. But local leaders find it tough to weigh sparse evidence on health threats against public on...
Is the meltdown in the north weakening the jet stream and causing weird weather or not?
The rate of global temperature rise mayhave hit a plateau, but a climate crisis still looms in the near future
A planned micro grid in a New Jersey city could be a model for making local communities more resilient to extreme weather
Global warming is a challenge for the largest private oil company, but fossil fuels will remain predominant
United Nations prepares to codify shipping rules for the Arctic and Antarctica
Thriving in warmer winters, a beetle threatens a key source of Major League's cherished wood bats: The white ash forests of Pennsylvania and New York
The latest IPCC report notes the risks of devoting cropland to fuel rather than food
Poor people will suffer the most, unless the world exploits vanishing opportunities to adapt
A new report on climate change impacts shows that farmers around the world will likely suffer most
Hottier, drier weather is thought to be causing the amphibians to burn energy faster