António Guterres urged governments to capitalize on their pandemic recovery efforts by incorporating efforts to address climate change.
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.
Bacteria that consume methane were found to burrow into the worms' skin, allowing them to get nutrients from the greenhouse gas.
"Air pollution levels as observed by satellite are showing drastic improvements in many areas that have been undergoing restrictive quarantines," researcher Peter DeCarlo told Newsweek.
First model experiments suggest that by increasing the number of large herbivores in the Arctic, we could slow down permafrost thawing.
This past winter in the Northern Hemisphere—December to February—was tied for the second-warmest ever.
Scientists compared centuries-worth of data to see how the Indian Ocean Dipole has changed over the last millennia. Their results suggest extreme events are becoming more frequent and more intense.
Find out how to help endangered species in the U.S., including the Florida Panther and the Loggerhead sea turtle.
Australia's summers are getting longer and hotter, raising serious questions.
The Colorado River supplies water to around 40 million people.
Channels of warm water are merging under Thwaites glacier, new research shows.
On February 6, the temperature at the northern tip of the Antarctic Peninsula reached 18.3 degrees Celsius.
"It might be impossible to truly fathom the magnitude of the threat that global-mean sea level rise poses," researchers wrote in a study.
Mandy Gunasekara played an important role in the Trump administration's withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement.
Several of the proposed EPA budget cuts are directed at programs that protect low-income, minority and indigenous communities.
The yellow-footed antechinus is a marsupial has a rare and unusual mating behavior known as "male semelparity."
With rising seas and flooding streets, the city is among the most vulnerable in America to global warming.
Recent climate-change projections have put some new cities in the crosshairs
Permafrost is ground that remains frozen for a period of two or more years.
Researchers found these regions of the eastern Arctic Ocean are relatively rare, which is "good news" for the climate.
Tony Abbott was Speaking at an event in the U.S. hosted by the conservative think tank Heritage Foundation.
Findings come over 30 years after the Montreal Protocol was introduced.
Trump dismissed a proposal for a sea wall around New York City as "costly, foolish and environmentally unfriendly."
The oceans absorb vast amounts of heat and it is causing global average sea temperatures to rise. The last ten years (and 2019 in particular) have been the hottest on record.
Researchers say their model could help explain abnormal regional weather events in the study of long-term climate change.
Earth loses 13 billion trees per year but regains less than half.
If this happens, temperatures across Europe and the Northern Hemisphere generally could drop.