Here are seven ways of understanding the IPCC’s newest climate warning.
They might even be greener than electric cars.
The science is clear: Even the most enthusiastic indoor gardeners don’t have enough vegetation to make a difference in air quality.
A new study finds the climate “twin city” for hundreds of places across the United States.
In little more than a day, a Category 1 storm became a “worst-case scenario” Category 4.
Even the world’s best system “is really not a technological solution to the problem of a near-field tsunami.”
The state could be the first in the union to adopt a carbon price by ballot.
Unusually hot days have profound effects on mental health and human physiology.
Volcanic eruptions like this can have a long-term—and sometimes permanent—impact on the communities that live there.
“We have endured floods, and fires, and storms,” he said, without saying what made them all worse.
Texas is now six times more likely to see huge, cyclone-related floods than it was in the 1990s.
A new study suggests that the next few hundred years won’t be smooth sailing.
“The comparison is not a bad one.”
The EPA administrator Scott Pruitt has announced a plan to repeal this signature Obama-era policy, which strove to gut power plant emissions 32 percent by 2030.
Despite a wet winter, wildfires have spiraled out of control.
Global warming will aggravate regional disparities and the South will bear the worst of the costs, according to a revolutionary new economic assessment.
The company’s “Project Sunroof” now shows you which of your friends have already put solar panels on their roof.
Descartes Labs lets you point-and-hop between features in China and the United States.
Arctic warming means more conflict between humans and the giant predators in Churchill, Manitoba.
As a country’s GDP increases, so does its nighttime luminosity.
There is a 17 to 20 percent chance that northern Oregon will be hit by a magnitude-8 quake in the next 50 years.