Was the planet ever as hot as it is today, when every month the globe seems to be breaking one high-temperature record after another?
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Trump administration officials are removing references to climate change from U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) press releases, according to a ClimateWire report.
Want to help save the world from climate change? Then grab some seeds, or some seedlings, and start planting trees like there's no tomorrow.
For the first time in recorded history, Anchorage, Alaska, reached 90 degrees F (32 degrees Celsius).
There's a huge cache of flammable ice under the ocean's surface, and it plays a key role in climate change. Scientists are only now beginning to understand what it looks like.
Summer doesn't begin for two more days, but oceanographers and climatologists are already sounding the alarm about stunning ice melts going on now in Greenland.
"Flesh-eating" bacteria that live in the ocean may be spreading to previously unaffected beach waters thanks to climate change, according to a new report.
About 60% of the world will face record-high temperatures every year for the next 100 years if we don't tackle climate change now, a new study suggests.
Koalas need their own special "water bars," especially as human-made climate change increases heat waves and droughts Down Under.
The potential for the Ross ice shelf in Antarctica to collapse is determined by a newly discovered rock boundary running right down the middle of the ice.
A destructive tornado moved through the outskirts of Kansas City on Tuesday, injuring at least a dozen people and killing one.
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