The global water supply is dwindling and, once again, climate change is to blame.
Half of the world's wealthiest countries (and biggest polluters) are not going to bother to meet their own commitments to emissions reductions.
The gap between the world’s greenhouse gas emissions and countries’ planned reductions is growing, and only multiplying climate cuts can reduce global warming enough.
The most limited rise in global temperatures—never mind higher ones—is going to exact a price.
New ways of digging the dirt could lead to a major advance, and farmers in the developing world are making a difference.
The geo-engineering fix cannot match reducing emissions of greenhouse gases as a way of slowing global warming, analysts say.
Gov. Jerry Brown, who has positioned the state as a global leader in renewable energy efforts, signs legislation setting 2045 as the target year for ending the use of fossil fuels.
Called the Emerald Isle for its natural beauty, Ireland’s rising greenhouse gas emissions are making it Europe’s climate laggard.
Accelerating climate change is likely to result in growing forest carbon emissions, with serious consequences both for the creatures that find shelter there and the global atmosphere.
Researchers think there may be an ancient link between catastrophic climate change and the forces that build mountains: plate tectonics.