Researchers find evidence that cities with more green space are best for human well-being.
Climate change may drastically increase the risk of simultaneous cyclones and storm surges striking populous coastlines around the world.
The speed at which the warming climate is melting glaciers in Central Asia may ruin the water supply of millions of people within 50 years.
A new technique for analyzing satellite data will allow scientists to predict more accurately how much the Earth will warm as a result of carbon dioxide emissions.
Researchers warn of a serious threat to fish, mussels and other marine species as carbon dioxide acidifies the world’s waters and increases temperatures.
More than 1,200 people have died as a result of an intense heatwave in southern Pakistan, and experts are warning of more hot weather to come.
The head of the global Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development says wealthy countries should help poorer nations that cannot afford to replace coal with low-carbon alternatives.
New evidence appears that increased melting of sea ice as the Earth warms could weaken the Gulf Stream and reduce temperatures in Western Europe.
Satellite data raise red flags about the draining of underground aquifers in California and elsewhere to meet the demands of expanding populations.
Unprecedented ocean temperature rises off the Atlantic and Pacific coasts of the United States may be linked to sea level rise or the recent pattern of “weird” weather.