A report by a private research company finds that U.S. emissions, which amount to one-sixth of the planet's, didn't fall in 2018 but instead skyrocketed.
Researchers are teasing out the complexities of greenhouse gases and global warming.
The world will have a dubious achievement to claim on New Year's Eve: unparalleled carbon emissions.
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.
Scientists say “rapid and far-reaching changes in all aspects of society” will have to be made and that what we eat is high on the list.
In 80 years, the global cost of rising seas could be at astronomical levels, with the oceans nearly two meters higher than now.
Meeting the world's energy needs "must not destroy civilization," Pope Francis says at an energy conference at the Vatican.
A look at erosion in Taiwan reveals a new set of greenhouse gas sources, raising the possibility that the links between rock, rainfall and climate control may need revision.
Three new studies of how the world works show that bird excrement plays an unexpected role, as do polar algae and rotting trees.