The cow poop-crunching insects play a small but vibrant role in reducing greenhouse gases, scientists report.
U.S. households use more energy for A/C than the rest of the world combined. But that's changing, fast.
Imagine the amount of water pouring out the mouth of the Mississippi River, times 15. That's what these things move through the air over time.
If used right, online grocery services like Peapod and FreshDirect could help reduce greenhouse-gas emissions.
If climate change caused the waters to rise by 500 feet, this is what major international cities might look like.
Heavy agriculture and global warming are aligning to produce nasty algae blooms in the Great Lakes, scientists says.
The vegetation around Winnipeg now looks as lush as what's growing in Minneapolis, according to a NASA-funded study.
Studying the emissions of megacities like Los Angeles promises to be the next big thing in combating global warming.
Tantalizing evidence suggests that yes, air traffic is helping give the atmosphere a fever.
Here's the logic: Sandy threw the ocean at the land, and because of global warming, there were about eight inches more ocean to throw.
It would be a lot smaller, for one thing.
As temperatures rise, tropical diseases move into new territory.
The invention of the air conditioner is still shaping the future growth of global metros.
Temperatures rose in each of the continental 48 states since 1970.
Instead of burning paper money to honor their deceased relatives, many Chinese people are choosing to just write a check.
Nine low-tech steps we can take to mitigate the effects of global warming.
Miami, Boston, New Orleans, Washington, D.C., and other places that could have entire neighborhoods underwater by 2050.
If the climate continues to warm, Manhattan could face crippling deluges every 3 to 20 years by the end of the century, say MIT researchers.
Two new reports show that the urban 'heat island' effect is not distorting climate change data