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
Expectations are high as the first of six European Sentinel satellite launches
After the latest round of IPCC climate reports, some scientists are calling for a more streamlined process
Emitting carbon dioxide at current rates will soon push Earth’s temperature up by 2 degrees Celsius. Here’s how to make the calculation yourself
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 opposition...