"... [M]itigating future climate change must be accompanied by adapting to the climate change we have already caused. Doing nothing will be dangerous," one researcher warns.
Research indicates that if such a remedial action worked and then was stopped, global warming would resume at up to 10 times the speed.
The report from Canadian scientists confirms things the Pentagon had long sought to deny: that RDX contamination, once present in soil, moves easily into water supplies.
As the world's climate warms, scientists warn that water-sodden air can greatly intensify the effects of extreme heat.
If we don't change our ways, it's likely that warming will surpass the "catastrophic" level by 2100, a new study finds.
The perception of a global “warming pause” between 1998 and 2012 continues to perplex. Scientists now think the climate hiatus never started.
Our planet has entered the Anthropocene, some scientists argue—a new geologic era of human modification of the natural world. The latest evidence? Roads.
After a period of stability, a 2 percent rise is likely to be recorded this year as developing countries burn more fossil fuels—imperiling the Paris climate goals, scientists say.
A new study says immediate reduction of fossil fuels combustion would help achieve the Paris agreement’s target of an increase of less than 2 degrees Celsius.
Experts agree that both storms were made much worse by global warming. Yet there's still not enough discussion of the issue.