Bravo to these scientists — they admirably restrain themselves from breaking out age-inappropriate jargon, even though you can tell they really, really want to.
For three years, Suri Crowe worked for a TV station owned by Sinclair. She clashed with management — including over stories about climate change and guns.
The global wind turbine industry has transformed from a collection of small companies in Denmark to corporations pulling off enormous feats of engineering.
Scientists reach a milestone in establishing a captive coral population that could reproduce year after year, allowing researchers to perform crucial studies.
Broadcast meteorologists are starting to talk more about the issue during their forecasts.
Canoeing the Rio Grande reveals how life and a landscape would be changed along the border.
David Buckel was a nationally renowned civil rights lawyer who devoted his later years to environmental causes. In a suicide note, he said he hoped his death would spur action to reduce the use of fossil fuels.
Amid the worst drought on record, the city has threatened to turn off the taps on its nearly 4 million residents. Our correspondent spent a week there while he could still get a shower.
Leukemia and climate change have more in common than you might think.
A new study predicts a steep drop in fisheries' production. It's the latest in a growing body of research to show how changes to the Earth's ecosystems will cause disruption to its inhabitants.
Scientists can now link disasters to climate change, opening the door to lawsuits against fossil fuel companies
About 60 years ago, at the height of the Cold War, the US designed a network of top-secret mobile nuclear launch sites buried in the Greenland ice sheet to prepare for possible war with the Soviet Union.
From wild fires to rising sea levels, ecological disasters are expected to cost Canada $5 billion per year by 2020—and some communities want big oil to pay its share
In a world beset by extreme weather, accurate climate prediction is paramount. So, why are almanacs not just surviving — but thriving?
The shipping industry has been carrying out an unintentional experiment in climate engineering for more than a century. That's about to change.
When permafrost melts, it will release unprecedented quantities of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. Could animals — including resurrected woolly mammoths — help preserve the permafrost of Siberia?
The family that pioneered the oil industry in America wants to expose what Exxon hid from the public about climate change.
Hello from North Falmouth, MA, which might also be Antarctica.
Climate change, drought, and development have devastated Cambodia's Tonle Sap Lake, which feeds millions across Southeast Asia.
The past year was one of the worst on record for natural disasters. Blame greenhouse gases, and start planning for a hotter future.
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