The first three months of the year were the second warmest in 141 years of record keeping
Introducing herds of large herbivores in the Arctic would disturb surface snow, allowing cold air to reach the ground and keep the permafrost frosty.
Pollution declines from pandemic shutdowns may aid in answering long-standing questions about how aerosols influence climate
Vocal critics have cited perceived flaws in both climate and virus modeling, despite scientific evidence to the contrary
We have protected areas for wildlife; we need to protect ecosystems whose death could release massive amounts of CO2 as well
As he endorsed Joe Biden today, former president Barack Obama touched on some environmental, economic and science matters.
As climate- and ecological-monitoring projects go dark, data that stretch back for decades will soon contain coronavirus-associated gaps
This year is more than 70 percent likely to be the warmest on record...
Confronting global warming will take a completely different approach from confronting the pandemic
Originally published in March 1861
Climate change could expose species to temperatures they have never before experienced
It isn’t making COVID-19 worse than the pandemic otherwise would have been—but we can’t say the same for malaria, dengue and other illnesses
Rather than convince other nations to “do their part,” the U.S. should develop clean energy technologies and make them cheap enough for everyone to adopt
The extreme conditions that are ripe for wildfires will only increase if warming continues unabated
Countries were expected to ramp up their emissions reductions goals at the November meeting, now delayed until 2021
The unknown influence of climate change has thrown a wrench into efforts to understand the Madden-Julian Oscillation
Though urban living has a smaller carbon footprint, it can make social distancing more difficult
It is possible for the world to cut emissions enough to limit warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius. But tenacious belief will be needed to achieve that goal
Secretary-General António Guterres still urged countries not to lose sight of the global warming challenge
The likelihood of extreme events today is being underestimated, new research suggests