The terrifying math of climate change shows us that in order to stay within the 2-degree safety limit, the majority of the world’s existing fossil fuel reserves need to stay in the ground.
First, climate change causes weather events that people want to be prepared for. People in Lima, for instance, are concerned that, if nearby glaciers melt completely, they will no longer have a water source.
Hurricane Maria is making its trek toward the Caribbean as Floridians, many of whom are still without power and have damage to their homes, watch the daunting Category 3 storm get closer.
The Trump administration announced they will not pull out of the Paris agreement.
Nearly two-thirds of Americans are concerned about climate change and most think our storms are getting worse because of it, a new poll found.
Preliminary results from a drilling expedition are beginning to reveal secrets of the world's "newest" continent.
Did you watch 'An Inconvenient Sequel'? Probably not. But you should.
Climate change will make storms in general more severe, but scientists won't blame individual storms on it.
Scientists recently discovered almost 100 'new' volcanoes under the ice.
This continues a trend that began when the Trump administration took over the White House.
Former vice president talks to Newsweek about Trump, climate change and veganism.
“My conversations with Donald Trump continued after he went into the White House, and I had reasons to believe he would stay in the Paris agreement," Al Gore said.
The report says humans have caused some warming, a view at odds with that of the Trump crew.
A 2017 Gallup poll found that 63 percent of Americans worry a great deal about drinking water pollution.
The bacteria, found in a subglacial lake, could be helping to limit the emission of methane into the atmosphere.
The planet is now in a resource deficit for the rest of the year.
The gap may help explain the ongoing clash between President Trump and German Chancellor Angela Merkel over climate policy.
Foreign cyberattacks and economic uncertainties were ranked third.
Warming of more than 2 degrees Celsius is often viewed as a “tipping point.”
The scientist and TV star suggests that fear and a generational knowledge gap are what fuels climate change doubters.