Researchers think there may be an ancient link between catastrophic climate change and the forces that build mountains: plate tectonics.
If world temperature rises more than another 0.5°C, the consequences will be catastrophic for millions of the poorest people.
A new study finds that a small number of species will extend their range in a warming world, but most will not.
Exploding magma from the Big Island's Kilauea volcano cuts off a highway and reaches the ocean. Flying lava hits a man, shattering his leg.
This movement has nothing to do with left or right, Democrat or Republican, conservative or liberal. It's all about right and wrong.
Hurricane forces are accelerating, and devastating floods can be linked to warmer oceans. But climate change is not the only factor.
Rep. Mo Brooks plumbs new depths of climate denialism before the House Science Committee.
The kelp forests—those towering submarine tangles of brown seaweeds—may not survive the steady change of ocean chemistry.
A new report by the International Energy Agency explores energy-efficient possibilities for meeting future demand for air conditioning, but cooperation among governments is key.
Wildlife experts up and down the West Coast are struggling to figure out how to restore the crucial coastal predator to an undersea world that's falling apart in their absence.