Scientists simulated global warming inside bee nests to find out what happens if the Earth continues to warm at the predicted pace.
They are some of the last unexplored parts on Earth; the largest is more than 200 miles long.
Despite immediate backlash to his tweet, Kentucky congressman Thomas Massie refused to delete the post.
Celebrate Earth Day 2018 with these NASA pictures of Earth from space.
Rising water temperatures are killing corals—but researchers think we can stop the die-off.
The effects of climate change on forests depend on the type of tree.
"This is sort of a dark archaeology, where we benefit from climate change that's making this ice melt."
"There's just no time for these systems to recover."
The future is uncertain for many favorites.
Sea levels rose six times faster than the global average between 2011 and 2015 in the "hot spot."
Around seven in 10 Americans think global warming is happening.