Carbon dioxide that escapes from storage underneath the seafloor is not likely to harm the environment, based on a recent experiment
The new concrete would contribute less to global warming and be stronger
Protecting the infrastructure of American cities from the effects of climate change is rising on the agenda of the U.S.
Rain and cooler temperatures brought welcome relief to fire crews battling flames that have destroyed a dozen homes and threatened thousands more during the past two weeks near Lake Tahoe...
Government officials see slow, hard work to engage U.S. public on sea-level rise
Emergency food aid, normal rainfall and the start of the harvest have helped to stave off famine in South Sudan, the latest analysis shows, but there is a risk of mass starvation in early 2015...
The squirrels gliding amid the mountains east of Los Angeles have been, for the most part, flying under the scientific radar. There has never been a single scientific paper published specifically about the San Bernardino flying squirrel (Glaucomys sabrinus californicus), even though hundreds of papers about squirrels in general are published every year...
The peak of the season in Tornado Alley in the U.S. has shifted seven days earlier in the past six decades
One of the clearest signs of health risks in a warming world has emerged in one of the world’s most advanced economies, as Canada belatedly struggles to cope with Lyme disease's migration in North America...
The world's two largest polluters committed to taking action against global warming—but offered few specifics
Methane hydrates could solve the world's energy challenge—or make global warming worse
A team of scientists has transformed E.coli bacteria into a propane factory. In their Nature magazine article, researchers from the University of Turku (Finland) and Imperial College (United Kingdom) described a new metabolic pathway for producing propane from Escherichia coli (E.coli)...
At least 43 people have died and many are missing in floods and landslides caused by heavy rains that lashed India's remote northeast, in the second flood tragedy to strike the subcontinent this month...
Climate change and gender equality are inextricably linked, Chile's President Michelle Bachelet said in her keynote remarks
As world leaders gathered at the U.N. to talk about global warming, mayors set about actually doing something about climate change
NOAA data suggests that 2014 is on a trend to edge out 2010 as the warmest year on record globally
Speakers including U.N. Secretary General, Vice President Al Gore, and IPCC head R.K. Pachauri spoke of the economic impact of climate change and the need for political action
As protesters rally, corporate boardrooms struggle over how to prevent further global warming
The Word Health Organization estimates that an additional 250,000 people will die every year between 2030 and 2050 thanks to global warming
Surprising psychology poses an obstacle on thoughts about global warming