They want to keep an eye on the species that are easily overlooked.
Pleistocene megafauna could handle cooling periods, but global warming was another story.
"We're talking about extinction."
Some parts of the world are now more than 50 percent more likely to see record-breaking rainfall than they were before global warming.
This year has seen some of the hottest days and deadliest heat waves on record—welcome to the new normal.
In his forthcoming teaching document, the Pope will call out the "social anonymity" of the 'burbs.
The human brain simply may not be wired to process slow-moving crises like climate change.
A guide to not only surviving, but thriving, in droughts that last longer than a decade, from the biggest city to pull it off so far. Because more dry is coming.
Divestment is working. Starting in 2016, the coal industry is set to lose billions of dollars.
Sometime in 2009, a long-stable, glacier-filled region in Antarctica suddenly began to melt. Fast.