On June 20, the mercury in the small town of Verkhoyansk, which is located six miles north of the Arctic circle, reached 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit, according to unverified Russian weather data.
However, Pew research also shows most Americans think the government is doing too little to address its impacts.
The Duke of Sussex says baby Archie drives his fight to stop the "extinction crisis" as he warns coronavirus may be linked to "exploitation of nature."
New findings could have implications for how coral reef island communities adapt to climate change and rising sea levels.
If you're passionate about climate change, you'll love the mission.
Mangrove forests provide vital ecosystem services to humans, plants and animals across the globe.
It's tempting to attribute the widespread denial of science to ignorance and lack of education. But it's simply not the case.
Areas of Siberia have seen temperatures hit the early to mid-thirties during an exceptional May heatwave.
Scientists have mapped changes to the algae that forms on the surface of snow during the frozen continent's summer months.
However, researchers warn that the recent drastic falls are only likely be temporary.
Over the past decade, landslides have been responsible for generating giant waves in Alaska and Greenland.
Discovery could have implications for future geoengineering research into influencing rain.
The Climate Change group is just one of six task forces that Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders will soon unveil.
"The economic and health risks of extreme humid heat have been underestimated," researcher Radley Horton told Newsweek.
It's hard to know where to begin with Moore's attack on green energy. For starters, why does the fact someone stands to profit from renewables make it a bad thing?
The most extensive investigation to date finds global insect numbers drop 0.92 percent a year. However, the world's freshwater insects, like mayflies, are bucking the trend and seeing numbers rise.
Some in the plastics industry have seized on the pandemic to argue the push for reusable materials was misguided and unhygienic. That's simply not the case.
We must respond to our current crisis by addressing the ultimate crisis, our climate.
The World Meteorological Organization's prediction follows a report revealing the last five years have been the warmest on record.
While you may be stuck inside, shelter in place, the fiftieth Earth Day is going digital and there's lots of ways you can celebrate.
COVID-19 is proving that collective, effective action against a lethal enemy is possible. Yet pandemics aren't the only threat we face.
António Guterres urged governments to capitalize on their pandemic recovery efforts by incorporating efforts to address climate change.
Scientists were examining what impact marine megafauna extinctions will have on oceans.
Researchers predict that today's "once-in-a-lifetime" extreme water levels may be reached every year in 70 percent of U.S. coastal regions by 2050.
Researchers used tree rings to compare recent weather patterns to megadroughts over the past millenium.
Atmospheric conditions contributed to the highest levels of ice loss since records began in 1948.
Both the former vice president and the HBO host discussed the connections between climate change and the coronavirus Friday night.
Did Sanders' campaign fail or succeed? Expanded health care, a higher minimum wage, free college: His ideas may have outgrown the need for Sanders himself and his purist approach.
The carbon emissions produced by a single car over the course of a year could be offset by about 250 cherry trees, according to South Korean researchers.