A new study published in the journal Science revealed that CO2 emissions are accelerating the rate of sea ice loss in the arctic.
Last November 11, 2016, Pakistan authorities released a statement detailing their ratification of the Paris Agreement as reported by the Economic Times. The ceremony was held at the United Nations Headquarters in New York. To date, Pakistan is the 14th country to ratify the groundbreaking agreement.
A new study reveals that human-induced climate change, which results in temperature changes worldwide, have drastically affected the genes and ecosystems of lifeforms on Earth.
Findings revealed that intensifying winds in the region may be influencing the turbulence of the current, rather than its flow rate.
Donald Trump’s election win has thrown the future of renewable energy into uncertainty, with the President-elect thinking that man-made climate change is a hoax. Does this mean the future now belongs to dirty energy?
As a known denier of man-made climate change, it is not surprising that U.S. President-elect Donald Trump wants NASA to lessen their research on Earth and climate science, making the agency focus more on deep-space exploration.
The statistics only keeps getting bleaker. Last November 8, 2016, the United Nations World Meteorological Organization or WMO published a report showcasing how the planet's global warming situation has only gotten worse in the last few years.
Republicans are still in the midst of celebrating the party's return to the White House. On the other hand, environmentalists from all over the world have already voiced out their concern over the appointment of the new president of the free world.
Donald Trump's victory on the US presidency over Hillary Clinton came as a shock not only to the US and economy but also to ongoing climate change negotiations. Trump, who has expressed his doubts on the truth behind climate change, says that he will "cancel" the Paris climate change agreement once elected.
After the landmark Paris Agreement entered into force, the world gathered in Morocco for the first meeting under the pact to iron out implementation details for participating countries.
A new research sheds light on how much damage one individual’s carbon dioxide emission could cause to the Arctic summer sea ice.
The 2015 Paris Agreement was made last December. But it was only this November that the agreement officially entered into force, and nations are starting to put together plans to cut greenhouse gas emissions.
Scientists have discovered that increasing temperatures can affect the dietary choices of frogs. Researchers at the Universities of Lisbon and Uppsala studied the behavior of three kinds of amphibians to discover what effect heat waves can have on their diets.
A new study reveals that soils could have a limited potential in countering the effects of climate and more likely to become a net source of atmospheric carbon dioxide in the next century.