A sea-level rise expert was forced out after a dispute over alleged government censorship...
A new Government Accountability Office report finds little progress has been made in reducing the nation’s vulnerability to climate change
As governments discuss how to keep warming below 2 degree Celsius, they continue to plan for coal, oil and natural gas production
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The effect needs to be factored into adaptation strategies, which will differ from city to city
The trend contradicts concerns of a “global stilling,” with implications for wind energy
The year 2019 is very likely to be Earth’s second warmest on record, behind 2016
The progressive loss of sea ice in summer has serious implications for animals and for indigenous people
Scientists and policy makers assess whether California’s utilities will have to regularly cut power over the next decade to lessen huge wildfires
Global warming is already affecting public health, and efforts to address the problem are inadequate, a new report says
More intense heat waves can destabilize the components of munitions, particularly where explosives are not properly stored
To predict how much climate change will raise sea level, researchers are studying ice shelves, where vast expanses of ice meet the ocean.
Models of the behaviour of the oceans with higher spatial resolution could lead to more accurate climate predictions.
Increased disease exposure and extreme weather events pose heightened risks for already vulnerable communities
Their data will also bolster climate models that forecast extreme weather where we all live
A measleslike virus is ricocheting through marine mammal populations in the Arctic—and melting sea ice might be to blame. Christopher Intagliata reports.
Socioeconomic status and racial diversity affect how different communities adapt to a changing climate
A new report shows that deforestation released a shocking 626 percent more CO2 between 2000 and 2013 than previously thought
The U.S. will officially leave the landmark agreement the day after the 2020 presidential election