A study of more than 2 billion tweets reveals how quick people are to normalize extreme weather.
"If I do run, here's what my message is: You have to choose the nation's destiny. We cannot make that wrong choice once again. We're the last generation."
Stratocumulus clouds became unstable as CO2 concentrations increased, simulations reveal.
Scientists warn that human emissions could reach a level not seen for 55 million years by the 22nd century.
Most wild animals are averse to being so close to humans, so their incursions into our lives shows how desperate they are getting.
Broecker once said that by burning fossil fuels, we are "playing with an angry beast."
"People are scared, they are afraid to leave their homes," a local official said.
"How can a president of the United States give a State of the Union speech and not mention climate change?" asked Senator Bernie Sanders.
"First it was global warming, then it was climate change, now maybe extreme weather?" Fox correspondent Ed Henry said.
Many people around the world conflate "weather" and "climate."
U.S. Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's recent doomsday warning was rejected by the White House press secretary.
In an attempt to be either funny or ironic, President Donald Trump started his Sunday by launching into several Twitter rants, including a thinly veiled, recycled punchline directed at the scientific community that compared a massive U.S. cold front and "Global Warming."
Antarctica contains enough water to raise global sea levels by 190 feet, according to NASA.
Warming waters around the world are turning turtles female on a massive scale.
"We are not going to become the first victims of the climate crisis," Mohamed Nasheed told the international conference. "Climate change is a national security issue for us."
Professor David Holland of NYU told Newsweek that the melting "could have a major impact on global sea-level rise over this century and beyond if this loss of East Antarctic ice continues at the present rate."
The pro-fossil fuel U.S. event will take place as world leaders work to cap emissions and prevent "catastrophic" global warming.
In the past few weeks, three significant reports on climate change have been published. But they all underestimate the risks of runaway catastrophic climate change.
It is up to us demand our leaders listen to their own scientific agencies and move to save us, and our children, from climate catastrophe. Now is our moment.
When giant icebergs fracture from their parent shelves, scientists get worried.
Coastal villages are washing into the Bering Sea, trees are sprouting in the tundra and shipping lanes are opening in an ocean that was once locked in ice.
Washington Governor Jay Inslee said that failing to recognize climate change was "one of the highest derelictions of duty that I've ever seen by a presidential administration: that we should just give up and suffer these losses. It's not very American."