The Pacific Ocean's Great Barrier Reef and reefs of the Maldives in the Indian Ocean may never overcome the effects of global warming, scientists say.
From cultivating the soil to transporting flour, everything about bread has helped warm the globe and change the climate.
New research on ponds and lakes means a rethink is needed on tackling climate change.
Warming seas and increasing acidification could mean starvation and extinction for deep-sea creatures such as the pictured sea cucumber.
As global warming throws the seasons out of sync, an early spring causes problems for flora and fauna in the Northern Hemisphere.
One of the longest U.S. waterways, the river has lost 20 percent of its flow since 2000, according to the journal Water Resources Research.
Innovative ideas by scientists and engineers to combat climate change show what the world could be like without fossil fuel.
The warming atmosphere will mean a rise in mild weather for parts of the U.S., but a gradual global drop, scientists find.
Almost 386,102 square miles of natural forest disappeared between 2000 and 2013, along with its ability to absorb carbon and reduce warming.
Scientists call for urgent protection of ecologically valuable roadless areas.