From increasingly severe storms to collapsing coral reefs to the displacement of Syrian citizens, in this eBook we examine the effects of Earth’s changing climate on weather systems, ecosystems and human habitability and what this means for our future...
One planet, modified by life, racing into the future. Our species should gear up
Want some perspective on how much carbon dioxide human activity produces? Here it is
In these final days before the 2016 election keep an eye on Maryland, New Hampshire and Missouri, where contested seats may have ramifications for science in the U.S. This video was reproduced with permission and was first published on October 29, 2016...
Re-creating photographs from the 1930s can help scientists understand Greenland’s melting glaciers and predict how quickly climate change might make them disappear into the sea. This video was reproduced with permission and was first published on July 27, 2016...
Heavy rainstorms, tied to global warming, will not send gravelly, stony rivers raging over the landscape
Oil firms might pay to use CO2 emissions from power plants, but low petroleum prices could doom the effort
The world may have seen the last of air with CO2 levels below 400 parts per million
Scientists find a layer of plastics, radiation and soot embedded in the planet's surface, defining a new Anthropocene epoch
A terrible earthquake, massive drought and nuclear power captured the imagination this year
El pacto de París representa el primer esfuerzo mundial por reducir las emisiones de gases de efecto invernadero durante la próxima década.
The Paris pact represents the first worldwide effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in next decade
¿Cuán vulnerable es el clima de la Tierra a las crecientes concentraciones de dióxido de carbono?
Just how sensitive is Earth's climate to increasing concentrations of carbon dioxide?
What will a world that is a few degrees hotter look like? As negotiators gather in Paris, reporter Adam Levy investigates some of the effects that temperature changes will have on our planet...
World leaders will soon meet in Paris, tasked with stopping the world from heating up by more than 2 degrees. Nature Video investigates the basis of this limit, and how much carbon we can burn before we reach it...
The Paris climate talks are nearly upon us, and the world’s nations are gathering to hammer out a deal. But how do you get an agreement that everyone will sign up to? This article was reproduced with permission and was first published on November 23, 2015...
Inaction on climate 'could see rise of 6 degrees Celsius'
Less polluting energy sources are proliferating in the U.S. If other nations join in, the results could have global impact
Global warming has become a 1-degree Celsius reality, making progress at climate talks in Paris even more imperative