Growing recognition of climate change’s economic threat has not stymied fossil fuel investments
With few coal plants left to shutter, transportation is the main hurdle to meeting emissions targets
Nonbinding resolution, opposed by U.S., is a key step toward mandatory regulations
The Arctic climate is shattering record after record, altering weather worldwide
Warming rivals habitat loss and land degradation as a threat to global wildlife
Lawyers for Chevron in climate suit argue energy demand, not extraction, drives emissions
A multifactorial analysis finds that the ignition of a flu epidemic stems from a blast of colder weather striking an otherwise warm, humid, urban environment, and driving people indoors into close quarters.
Oil companies are not questioning climate science, even as they move to dismiss lawsuit
The legendary cartoonist highlights Earth’s most vulnerable species, using his lavish, eccentric style
Refusal to acknowledge warming could also widen partisan divide
Mixotrophs, tiny sea creatures that hunt like animals but grow like plants, can change everything from fish populations to rates of global warming
The hills of southern California, stripped bare by massive wildfires, could liquefy under relentless rains
An analysis of more than six decades of daily temperature and snowfall data linked warmer arctic temperatures to cold snaps at lower latitudes. Christopher Intagliata reports.
Payouts after disasters and costly litigation leave insurance companies exposed, report finds
But would Peter Navarro change his positions to advance his political career?
Scientists are urgently transplanting, fertilizing and enhancing corals to help them adapt to warmer oceans, but rebuilding entire reefs will be daunting
Agency officials blame paperwork and the human resources department
Researchers begin to tackle the technical obstacles to incorporate observations from space into weather models
Two studies reveal congressional districts where younger voters could make a big difference
Rising seas will ruin Kwajalein Atoll site where 1,300 work and live