Recent studies have linked climate change to environmental conditions that fuel hurricane season.
The subterranean structures could provide clues about how modern ice sheets will react to climate change.
A new study that reassesed decades of work of climate "tipping points" has revealed they are more numerous and closer to being triggered than researchers initially feared.
An unexploded WWII-era bomb was discovered in Italy's River Po as extreme drought lowers water levels across Europe.
The Mongol invasion may have caused a small reduction in global CO2, though it was overshadowed by agriculture.
The Supreme Court ruled that the EPA can't impose nationwide greenhouse gas emissions reduction policies without express approval from Congress.
The Siberian tundra will shrink even with ambitious greenhouse gas reductions. Without them, it could disappear altogether.
A terrifying climate change prophecy appears to be upon us, with bomb-like cyclones and searing droughts. But is the weather actually getting worse?
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