Giant global networks of rift valleys had an impact way above the surface of the Earth.
While the United States renounces its climate leadership, Africa is stepping up its game on solar.
Soil can store three times the amount of carbon found in the atmosphere.
Thawing permafrost in the city of Bethel is wreaking havoc on the local landscape.
The sea will remove today’s islands, just as it has washed away countless others before.
The first truffle harvested weighed as much as 16 paper clips.
Syria announced its decision at the U.N. global climate talks in Bonn, Germany. This comes a month after Nicaragua changed course and came on board.
The past five years have been the warmest five-year period on record.
The report notes human activity is causing climate change.
And someday soon, we're going to regret it.
When it comes to eruptions, everything is unpredictable.
New York is ranked the U.S. city most vulnerable to future storm surges and sea level rises, with 426,000 people imperiled through 2050.
"The thing that scares me the most in the long term is the state of our politics here, and...it's gotten worse," Michael Morell said.
Decades of climate research could be wrong, meaning we're in a much worse situation than previously thought.
The World Bank called Nicaragua “a renewable energy paradise in Central America.”
The actor said that the Trump administration had taken a “shameful” stance on climate change.
Ice shelf thinning has accelerated in recent decades, with ice loss of up to 18 percent in vulnerable areas like the Amundsen and Bellingshausen Seas.
North Korea, known for its reclusive, militant policies, is attacking President Donald Trump for isolating himself from the international community.
As frightening as they are, real tsunamis do much less damage than storms—and they may be less common than scientists realized.
The migration may have been less about opportunity elsewhere and more about hardship.