Global climate catastrophe could be nearer than we think. The Greenland ice sheet could begin a process of irreversible melting.
Just two years after California celebrated the end of its last devastating drought, the state is facing another one.
Storms devastate. Climate change makes them more devastating. Now we know how much the human cost of climate change really is.
Arctic warming has far-reaching consequences that are important not only to local communities and ecosystems but to the fate of life on planet Earth.
A hotter world will mean more deserts and falling harvests − bad news for food producers and for all of us.
How many times do venerable scientists need to scream that unless humanity changes course immediately, we face unprecedented crises?
The Paris Agreement to limit global heat could prevent catastrophic sea level rise, if states keep their promises to cut carbon.
The world’s upland icecaps are in retreat. Faster glacier melting could slow to a trickle streams that once fed foaming rivers.
From mice to elephants, mammals are being affected by rising global temperatures in positive and negative ways that are hard to keep track of.
The planet may not catch fire, but climate change really has altered the Earth’s spin on its axis as it rounds the sun.