Mass plant and animal extinction a risk, coral reefs could already be doomed
The International Energy Agency says North America’s shale boom doesn’t diminish the supremacy of the Middle East in the global oil market
While scientists can’t yet find a clear signal between global warming and killer tropical storms like Haiyan, the supertyphoon could well be a sign of what’s to come in a warmer world
Greenhouse gas emissions have been rising, but warming has plateaued in recent years. It turns out the heat is likely being absorbed by the ocean depths.
As northern Europe recovers from a major Atlantic storm, a new report suggests more extreme weather could be the norm.
Governors promise action and vow to keep pursuing an environmental issue that is going nowhere in Washington.
Sea-level rise amplified the devastating coastal flooding caused by Superstorm Sandy. Climate change and population growth will raise the risk — unless we act soon
New statistics show that the U.S.—thanks largely to fracking and energy efficiency—has energy-related CO2 emissions down 12% from the peak in 2007
A new study shows that human beings are too selfish to endure present pain to avert future climate change. That’s why we need win-win solutions now
A new study calculates that by 2047, average temperatures across much of the planet will rise to levels higher than we’ve ever seen in recent history