Scientists hope to wield the Earth itself as a weapon against global warming.
The U.N. apparently had no idea.
The model also shows global levels of carbon monoxide.
The U.S. and the European Union engaged in "trench warfare" to override Tony Abbott and get climate change on the G20 agenda
No. 3 greenhouse gas emitter India faces growing pressure to devise a clear strategy and step out of China's shadow during pivotal global climate talks.
Thunderstorms are also going to become more violent.
The world's biggest emitters of greenhouse gases have agreed to reduce emissions. It's politically powerful, but environmentally unsound
Climate change, the Pentagon writes, requires immediate action on the part of the U.S. Military
Amid global turmoil, the secretary-general says climate change will dominate General Assembly discussion along with Ebola and ISIS.
Testing aims to make Canadian Armed Forces better prepared
One overlooked provision in U.S. law may already give the president all the legal grounds his administration needs
New research suggests that pollution in cities produces environments that mimic earth's future climate.
The world may already be approaching a temperature at which complete loss of the enormous ice sheet that covers Greenland would "become inevitable"
While we focus on annual carbon dioxide emissions, we ignore the long-term pollution newly built power plants will cause in the next 40 years.
The spacecraft will be able to see the light emitted from plants as they grow.
The U.S. Supreme Court exempted a small proportion of facilities from a federal air pollution program
There is "no legitimate debate over the facts of the earth's warming or over man's contribution," William Ruckelshaus said.
The world's leading industrialized nations gave their backing to a new global deal on climate change in 2015
Government scientists "speak to their area of expertise," a government spokesman recently wrote