The surprise announcement vaults the country ahead of U.S. climate ambitions and could encourage developing countries to follow suit
Legal experts say a sixth conservative Supreme Court judge could imperil current and future emissions regulations
Her jurisprudence involved complex considerations of climate change lawsuits and greenhouse gas emissions
A new way of measuring the temperature of the seas could fill in gaps left by limited direct monitoring
Carbon dioxide has done plenty of damage before
Communities in fire-prone areas are facing tough decisions on whether to stay and rebuild or move
Discarded polar bear trackers have found another use
Though the ride-share company is offering incentives for drivers to switch, more will need to be done to achieve its goal
A study estimates that 200 million trees in the tropics are mowed down by lightning annually.
As the industry inches closer to reality, scientists probe potential environmental harms
Every year, Alaska’s big salmon runs feature smaller salmon. Climate change and competition with hatchery-raised salmon may be to blame. Julia Rosen reports.
A new sensor printed on an ordinary piece of paper can send a wireless alert
Members of one of the world’s largest and oldest tree species have likely been damaged. But they are incredibly resilient
A huge aerial campaign seeks to understand the effects of biomass smoke on human health
Nearly two dozen large blazes have burnt more than 1 million acres of the state
In addition to trapping oil with booms, residents of Mauritius have evacuated endangered plants and animals
As flames once again rage across the state, officials embrace a counterintuitive firefighting approach
Researchers have finally been able to determine just how much impervious surfaces exacerbate flood levels
The 2020 aims on climate are more ambitious than in 2016 but don’t meet all of activists’ demands
Butterflies, fish and frogs sport rear-end eyespots that reduce predation. Painting eye markings on cows similarly seems to ward off predators.