410.28 ppm to be exact, is the highest the world has ever seen and they warned that 410 ppm is just the start of the terrifying records that will shock us in the upcoming months.
People residing in a place with warm and humid conditions commonly have wider noses, while those that live in cold and dry locations have narrower nose.
There may be a need to study the center of the Earth to settle once and for all if the Earth's core is 100 degrees hotter than previously thought. A recent study suggests that the mantle is indeed hotter and it may greatly affect Earth sciences.
Temperatures in Britain are expected to plunge below freezing in the next few weeks, even colder than the average temperatures of Iceland. People have been warned to stay warm and safe as heavy snows are forecasted to fall in the next few days.
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.
Data shows that September was the warmest month since record-keeping started in 1880.
American Southwest most likely to suffer from megadroughts as the regional average temperature continues to rise.
Brace yourselves to another round of scorching heat as 2016 has the possibility to be the hottest year ever.
As each month of 2016 continues to set world-record temperatures, a top climate scientist from NASA said the warming of the planet is at an "unprecedented" pace, with studies showing no pause in rising temperatures.
Last weekend, New York City experienced 95F degrees temperature that melts the city. Residents turn to their air conditioners to battle the heat.
NASA has classified July 2016 to be the hottest month on record.
The climate change limit set by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) at 1.5C is near to be being broken as temperatures still continue to soar high causing global warming.
New climate models developed by scientists provide more evidence that Venus may have once been habitable.
It was the hottest June in records dating back to 1880, and the 14th consecutive month of record-breaking temperature surge.