The Mid-Atlantic states could see a foot more sea level rise than the global average by 2100.
Articles tagged "climate change"
Researchers are collecting billions of samples of sperm and eggs to keep one of the world's greatest underwater colonies alive.
As soon as 1 billion years from now, life will begin its final decline on Earth. This is what it will look like when the planet finally dies.
At the chaotic climate talks in Warsaw, a hunger strike has arisen to shame world leaders into action.
Because sometimes, text only goes so far.
A new report reveals that some of the world's biggest "green" financial institutions are bankrolling coal mining through loans and underwriting.
Or else it's game over for the climate. Dozens of scientists warned world leaders that we can only burn 1050 gigatons of carbon without raising the temperature 2 degrees Celsius.
Warren Buffett just bet billions on Exxon, and, by extension, a climate-changed future
As our climate continues to change, the fate of the Amazon rainforest remains uncertain.
It's only a matter of time before we're hit with Sandy, Katrina, and Haiyan 2.0.
"No one is my generation had any idea what climate change was."
The fossil record says it has happened twice before, so expect prehistory to repeat itself.
And, yes, human-caused global warming is entirely to blame.
If East Asian nations come together, the cost of climate adaptation goes way down.
An unusual new graphic from Harvard explains the evolution of life on a planetary scale.
This is the story of how the Australian army, with a little help from climate change, managed to torch its own nation.
If we can't see the benefits, we don't feel the motivation.
Carbon dioxide emissions fell big time last year. Here's numerical proof we can rewire the economy for the cleaner without tanking it.
Remember that one time twenty-five years ago when the world banded together to save itself from solar radiation? Let's try to do that again.
The surface temperature of the Pacific also influences where twisters are more likely to form.
"It's obvious there's not going to be havens for this."
The big question: Is it enough?
Why aren't there any good movies about global warming?