The 7.8 magnitude temblor that hit Nepal in April shifted the world's tallest mountain slightly to the southwest
The pope’s encyclical Laudato Si warns of global warming's human causes and grave implications
NASA satellites show that aquifers are rapidly depleting and hold less water than expected
Pope Francis makes an urgent call for protection of the planet and repeats his view that global warming is mostly man-made in his keenly awaited letter
Countries' current pledges for greenhouse gas cuts will fail to achieve a peak in energy-related emissions by 2030 and likely result in a temperature rise of 2.6 degrees Celsius by the end of the century, the International Energy Agency said on Monday...
Ancient history shows how to make current climate models more accurate
A strong El Niño might help ease California's drought
Expansion of oil production from tar sands is incompatible with halting climate change
Big data and climate models help project temperature and rainfall around the world
The U.S. agency said greenhouse gases from aircraft endanger human health
Costa Rica wants information from Nicaragua about the potential environmental impact of a planned $50 billion canal project that would rival the Panama Canal
ProPublica's “Killing the Colorado” series examines a 139-year-old water law that pushes ranchers to use as much water as they possibly can, even during a drought
Total precipitation was the highest in more than 120 years of record-keeping
Group of Seven leaders pledged to provide insurance against extreme weather and rising seas for up to 400 million people but remains silent on its plan to raise needed funds...
Global warming could overheat and suffocate some marine animals, according to a new study
The House of Representatives’ proposal for the National Science Foundation and NASA would take from Earth and social sciences, and give to exploration of Europa and the sun
The EPA draft report did, however, warn some drilling activities could potentially cause health risks
A new study suggests that global warming continues to steadily increase
Will there be more of this kind of heat wave that left at least 2,000 people dead?
Scientists say the current drought will cost big in lost crops