Outpouring of CO2 is 10 times higher than it was when the dinosaurs lived
Pollution cuts come to small business in China, aiding efforts to curb global warming
Famed climatologist James Hansen argues for rapidly rising seas—but other scientists remain skeptical
2015 was one for the record books, says the World Meteorological Organization
The accident was just one factor that makes it a hard sell to fight climate change
A decade of modest financial investment has revitalized Mozambique's Gorongosa National Park, explains biologist Sean B. Carroll in his new book The Serengeti Rules: The Quest to Discovery How Life Works and Why It Matters ...
Energy-sector emissions of CO2 remains flat for second year in a row
Democratic and Republican mayors in the Sunshine State realize something must be done about global warming
Recommendations from Scientific American
When the Nyiragongo volcano erupted in January 2002, it set the geologic stage for earthquakes nine months later. Julia Rosen reports.
New report indicates the benefits and feasibility of seafood traceability
Countries say they will cut methane emissions and try to sign Paris climate deal
And the data will reveal how much carbon woodlands store
But can its numbers be trusted?
Scientific American 's energy and environment editor, David Biello, met with Bill Gates on February 22 to discuss tackling carbon emissions while at the same time making necessary energy available to ever more of the globe’s growing population...
Scientists clarify the recent confusion
Some species could soon lose up to 98 percent of their habitats, according to new research
Coastal cities will face greater threat than anticipated
Spring arrives earlier in the Southwest, winter warms everywhere
To thrive, species must be quick breeders, unfussy eaters.