The Center for American Progress has issued a call to President Barack Obama to require any government agency to provide the public with a comprehensive report on the effect of proposed projects on the environment, specifically in relation to climate change.
GMOs or bust: that's the message The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF) sent out to the world in its recent report "Feeding the Planet in a Warming World."
Using a 1,200-foot-long ice core sample, scientists have been able to reconstruct the last 1,000 years of the Antarctic Peninsula's ice melt and freeze.
The Central Great Plains Drought of 2012 was not a result of climate change, according to a report released on Thursday by scientists from five government agencies.
Arctic summer sea ice -- the frozen pack that lingers through the Northern Hemisphere summer -- will have completely melted away by 2050, say two federal government scientists who work on climate change.
Climate change can't be man made, insisted Rep. Joe Barton, R-Texas during his remarks on the Keystone XL Pipeline: just look at Noah, says Rep. Joe Barton, R-Texas.
Vast portions of potential wine-producing country are expected to disappear over the next few decades as climate change bites, and winemakers may need to head for higher, cooler ground.
After a span of skepticism, Americans concerned with global warming is once again on the rise, according to a Gallup Poll.
As long as climate change keeps its course, planes may have a harder time doing so.
Time to invest in a better umbrella and rain boots: North America could see as much as a 20 to 30 percent rise in the maximum precipitation possible as a result of global warming, according to a study led by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
One poll suggests as many as 40 percent of Americans believe global warming is a hoax - a belief that falls along party lines.
Public funding for climate change adaptation fell precipitously between 2010 to 2011 - a problem, some groups say, must be reversed.
After 46 years at the Goddard Institute for Space Studies, one of climate change's most vocal proponents, James E. Hansen, is quitting.
An argument is taking place in Washington state politics and it's not just about a bill - it's about the reality of climate change.