WASHINGTON — President Trump has rolled back environmental regulations, pulled the United States out of the Paris climate accord, brushed aside dire predictions about the effects of climate change, and
Carbon dioxide hits a level not seen for 3 million years. Here's what that means for climate change — and humanity.
Scientists are sounding the alarm over the potential for catastrophic changes to our environment. In the latest bit of bad news for a planet beset by climate change, the concentration of carbon dioxide
The Trump administration sought to remove references to climate change from an international statement on Arctic policy that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is expected to endorse next week, leading to
If you live in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, or Florida, you might be curious about which areas this super-computer-powered map says are at risk of being underwater. By the middle of the century,
The House Subcommittee on Environment and Climate Change held its first meeting of the year yesterday, which featured a lot of talk about United States-China relations and the matter of emissions reduction.
Carbon dioxide – the gas scientists say is most responsible for global warming – has reached levels in our atmosphere not seen in 3 million years, scientists announced this week in a new study. At that
"We can believe the climate deniers or we can believe our eyes," Florida's Matt Gaetz said in an interview. No one will ever mistake Florida's Matt Gaetz for a left-winger. The 36-year-old been deemed
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — A Connecticut lawmaker wants to strike climate change from state science standards. A Virginia legislator worries teachers are indoctrinating students with their personal views global
Days before his death, Wallace Broecker urged scientists to consider deploying a last-ditch solar shield to stop global warming. After struggling with heart disease for decades, the renowned climate scientist
Experts are warning climate change and deforestation are putting more than half the world's wild coffee species at risk extinction
LONDON (Reuters) - Climate change and deforestation are putting more than half the world's wild coffee species at risk of extinction, including the popular commercial coffees Arabica and Robusta, scientists
(CNN) — Last year was the hottest for the planet's oceans since global records began in 1958, according to an international team of scientists who track the data. Their findings were published Wednesday
Want climate news in your inbox? Sign up here for Climate Fwd:, our email newsletter. Scientists say the world’s oceans are warming far more quickly than previously thought, a finding with dire implications
Want climate news in your inbox? Sign up here for Climate Fwd:, our email newsletter. WASHINGTON — America’s carbon dioxide emissions rose by 3.4 percent in 2018, the biggest increase in eight years, to