Biologists rush to study creatures living beneath Larsen C ice shelf before they disappear
Many expect EPA will reassess the Clean Power Plan to show a higher price tag and smaller benefits
News stories often focus on the immediate cause of the blaze
A group of states are on track to meet or exceed their share of the Paris accord target
The science behind the powerful storms that have thrashed the Caribbean and U.S. coasts
Oakland and San Francisco want oil companies to pay for climate change adaptation programs
A trove of scientific notes from the early 1900s suggests a warming climate is driving birds to migrate earlier to New York’s Mohonk Preserve. Julia Rosen reports.
Storms could inflict much larger losses as coastal communities grow rapidly
Analysis suggests researchers may have underestimated how much carbon humanity can emit, although critics disagree
The plan echoes a common talking point of climate deniers, who say Earth’s warming can be blamed on the sun
The initiative, Science Based Targets, compels businesses to make plans to cut greenhouse gases from their operations
As temperatures rise, the tree line moves upslope. But ancient bristlecone pines are losing that upslope race to faster-colonizing neighbors. Christopher Intagliata reports.
As carbon dioxide levels rise, plants are sipping water more efficiently—which could come in handy in a drier future. Christopher Intagliata reports.
There's a 50 percent chance that temperatures will rise 4 degrees Celsius under a business-as-usual scenario
Will diseases frozen in Arctic permafrost be released and possibly reanimated by the thawing caused by global warming?
Many of the candidates being considered for the science advisory panel have connections to the fossil fuel industry or conservative think tanks
The glaciers remain some of the least understood ice sheets in North America
Geological processes send more meltwater from glaciers and ice sheets to Earth's mid-latitudes
Scientists are examining whether tiny particles drifting over the U.S. from Asia are shading North America
Disaster risk expert says intense population growth and urban coastal development have created a huge danger