Climatologists posit an almost 50 percent chance that the water temperature in the Labrador Sea will drop rapidly within the next decade.
Electric trains in the Netherlands have relied entirely on green energy since Jan. 1, and now the U.K. and Belgium are following in their tracks.
A new study shows emissions up to twice as high as those estimated by "simplistic" data collection systems.
Rising temperatures will lead to massive harvest decline in the U.S., which will cause problems for developing countries, international study says.
Population growth will spur the increased need, and oil will remain the primary source, according to a corporate report.
A warming climate is exposing the Arctic to the possibility of radical changes that could endanger the rest of the planet, scientists say.
Attempts to limit climate change by using the novel technologies known as geo-engineering are very unlikely to work, leading biologists say.
Global CO2 concentrations have produced a new climate reality, with emissions levels unlikely to fall for centuries ahead.
The Arctic climate is changing so quickly that science can barely keep track of what is happening and predict the global consequences, the U.N. says.
Senior defense experts say stresses resulting from climate change can increase the likelihood of conflict within and between countries, state failure, mass migration and the creation of additional ungoverned spaces.