The declining carbon emissions may signal a turning point in fight against global warming
Cuts to emissions of sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxides help restore natural balance
Global warming has become a 1-degree Celsius reality, making progress at climate talks in Paris even more imperative
Natural disasters, disease and farming woes may expand poverty under global warming
Relentless emissions of heat-trapping gases are endangering the planet, the World Meteorological Organization says
A spokesman for the oil giant refuted the basis of the New York Attorney General’s investigation
Scientists begin to detect the influence of global warming on extreme weather
The connection between heat waves and global warming strengthens
Recycling companies are struggling with higher processing costs due to a lack of sorting
As Arctic sea ice melts, an underwater recording project reveals that the submerged ecology is undergoing change, with humpbacks and killer whales staying north later in the year. Christopher Intagliata reports...
Scientists are wary of new research showing more ice on frozen continent
Call it a contradiction of glacial proportions—an Arctic paradox. The world pushes for stronger protective measures to curb climate change scientists say is accelerating the destruction of the Arctic—melting ice sheets, thawing frozen soil and threatening the iconic polar bear. Call it plan A...
Ice moderates Earth’s climate
Researchers developed a call that effectively mimics the citrus psyllid's mating song, which could be a weapon against a devastating crop scourge. Christopher Intagliata reports
Researchers report a spike in the number of methane plumes along the Northwest coast emanating from depths of about 500 meters, a possible indication that submerged frozen methane is becoming available ...
Sea level rise plus subsiding land mean both Democrats and Republicans are losing ground
Only candidates trailing in the polls mentioned global warming
Whales fertilize ocean surface waters with key nutrients like phosphorus, which move through the food chain, and eventually, onto land. Christopher Intagliata reports
A new report from Oceana shows salmon mislabeling more prevalent in restaurants in the winter. The group calls for better traceability to help consumers make more informed choices about their seafood...
Solid particles of diamond or alumina might be safer than sulphate droplets as a way to redirect the sun’s energy, calculations suggest