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.
Yes, you’ve caused a sizable chunk of the Arctic to melt into the warm ocean.
NASA IceBridge data shows the alarming retreat of ice sheets in the Antarctic region.
Is there a quick solution to stop climate change? Put A Price On It, a new movement, says that a faster climate solution is making carbon pollution expensive.
A new study reveales that the record low snowpack levels in the western-most region of the continental U.S. last 2015 were most likely caused by high temperature.
With the alarming news that Australia's Great Barrier Reef is in the brink of death, scientists are formulating live-saving techniques to prevent coral death and the declining population of marine life.
A new observation from NASA revealed that the oldest and thickest ice in the arctic has either melted or thinned away due to warming summers, leaving the sea ice cap more vulnerable to the increasing temperature of the ocean and atmosphere.
A new study revealed that the warming temperatures in the Arctic could disrupt the flow of the global nitrogen cycle, altering the natural balance between nitrogen sources and nitrogen removal.
Warning! A new study reveals that much of the Mediterranean region could dry up and its forests could be replaced with deserts as global warming continues. The cities of Seville and Lisbon would be smack in the middle of a desert by the end of the century.
The US Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has strongly reversed a lower court ruling in 2014 that questioned the enlistment of sea ice seals as threatened species, emphasizing that such may happen considering climate change.