Activists are celebrating the decision, but the company building the line said it had no plans for re-routing
Thawing Arctic tundra will likely speed up climate change for a century or more. The question is: How drastically?
There's been more than a 1,000 percent increase in the nation's oil exports since 2009
But if cities want to avoid the worst impacts of global warming, emissions need to peak by 2020
Experts condemn lawmakers’ decision to promote fallacious article from conservative news site
The money will help with issues like water quality and ecosystem health, but activists say it's not enough
Lone tornadoes strike on fewer days, but outbreaks of multiple storms are occurring more often
It’s not just releasing greenhouse gases—it may also alter the ocean’s chemistry and circulation patterns
He has protected more U.S land and water than any of his predecessors
The reason is likely a combination of regulations, technology, and historic gas prices—as well as a possible loophole
The Keystone XL pipeline and new coal leases could be green-lighted quickly, but other efforts will take time
India's Project Wild Seve allows people who have suffered crop or livestock loss from wild animals to streamline the compensation process, thus helping both farmers and wildlife.
A candidate who doesn't believe in science would be “a very dangerous person to pick”
Scores of homes are gone and up to 2,000 people have been evacuated to emergency shelters
The connected ice sheet could retreat even quicker in the future
Warm seas have “essentially cooked" hundreds of kilometers of the landmark, a surveyor says
New Trump appointments could de-emphasize intelligence reports on climate as “threat multiplier” but military investments may be hard to alter
The incoming administration could quickly withdraw the U.S. from international climate change agreements, but domestic change is likely slower
David Biello's new book is The Unnatural World: The Race to Remake Civilization in Earth’s Newest Age.
A new report documents how the effects of global warming, such as sea ice and permafrost loss, cascade throughout the ecosystem