Despite a slight increase in coal production forecast for 2022, the use of renewable energy sources in the U.S. continues to increase.
Squirrels around San Francisco have been spotted "splooting," leading residents to worry about their wellbeing.
More than 40,000 households are expected to lose power across Oregon on Friday.
Experts said not paying for specialty insurance could lead to more devastating costs if a weather-related disaster were to occur.
The mysterious white mounds appearing on the shores of the Great Salt Lake have been found to be getting larger with each year.
The island's ancient ice sheets are melting faster than expected and at unusual times of year because of climate change, scientists have found.
Breaching of Lake Manchar, Pakistan's biggest lake, has affected around 135,000 people as officials desperately tackle catastrophic flooding.
Record temperatures have been recorded in California this week, leading to massive strain on the state's power grid.
While rolling blackouts were avoided in the state, tens of thousands of residents still experienced power outages on Tuesday night.
Demand for electricity surges during heatwaves, whilst supply can fall, raising concerns about decarbonisation.
Exceptionally dry weather is revealing previously submerged artifacts around globe, including a steamboat from the 1800s.
As the applause dies down from passage of the United States' first major climate legislation, the relentless consequences of global heating show the extent of our climate emergency—and how vital it is that President Biden still declare one.
The heatwave roasting California this week is due to a giant "heat dome" that has settled over the state.
Algal blooms produce toxins and use up all the oxygen in the water, poisoning and suffocating other marine life.
Californians are being asked to reduce their energy consumption as providers warn of the possibility of blackouts.
Extreme bursts of rain, as well as dangerous heatwaves, are both symptoms of climate change, an expert has said.
Climate change caused by human actions will increase the frequency of weird and chaotic weather events, scientists say.
Lake Mead could reach 992 feet by the end of July 2024, which is less than 100 feet away from levels that would prevent it from generating electricity.
Underneath an ancient burial mound from 300 B.C.E., archaeologists have found an enormous fortress rampart.
The Democratic governor of the country's most populous state responded to criticism that California's green energy was reducing electric capacity.
"Today it is Pakistan, tomorrow it could be another country," Pakistan's permanent representative to the United Nations, Munir Akram, told Newsweek.
In a storm where orange-sized hailstones began falling from the sky, a 1-year-old girl was killed after being struck on the head.
The state is facing a prolonged late-summer heat wave, with temperatures expected to reach as high as 115 degrees over the holiday weekend in some parts.
Now European policymakers must balance their long-term commitment to "net-zero emissions" with the short-term pressures to stunt rising energy prices.
Scientists have studied the relationship between corals, their algae, and the trail of oxygen flow.