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A summer expedition to Antarctica's McMurdo Ice Shelf documented an alarming phenomenon: The massive sheet flexed downward as ice turned to lakes. That can trigger the whole thing to collapse, raising sea levels.
Schools closed across Washington state and the Legislature canceled all hearings Monday with winter snowstorms pummeling the Northwest again as a larger weather system wreaked havoc in the region and even brought snow to Hawaii.
Sweden's civil protection agency says the country needs more water-dropping resources to fight serious wildfires like the ones last year and improve cooperation among the rescue services.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) yesterday halted the state's first-in-the-nation plan to build a high-speed rail line, calling the $77 billion project financially infeasible.
Spain's Balearic Islands have approved a local law that by 2050 aims to ban the use of fossil fuels and adopt renewable energy for all of the region's power needs, in what authorities claim is a pioneering step in Europe.
This should be Michael Bloomberg's moment.
Republican opposition to the "Green New Deal" is taking shape, and it's not just socialism bashing.
If Howard Schultz decides to run for president, the former Starbucks CEO won't pitch voters on a platform that includes the "Green New Deal."
The U.S. Climate Alliance is en vogue among America's new crop of Democratic governors.
If global greenhouse gas emissions don't decline soon, the climate in Washington, D.C., could more closely resemble that of today's Greenwood, Miss. Summers may be slightly drier and more than 6 degrees Fahrenheit warmer than they are today.
For the first time in years, the House Science, Space and Technology Committee will hear from a full slate of researchers who accept climate science.
The Louisiana Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority says it has built or renewed 600 acres of marsh in Cameron Parish and has nearly completed a slightly smaller project.
The United Nations chief says the world is losing the race with climate change and "this can be a disaster for Africa" and beyond.
The world's driest desert is flooding and some of the planet's wettest woodlands are burning. Welcome to summer in Chile.
Tens of thousands of people in Puerto Rico will face water rationing due to increasingly dry conditions in a U.S. territory still struggling to recover from Hurricane Maria.
Climate change beats out terrorism and cyberattacks as the top security worry in more than a dozen countries, according to a survey published Sunday by the Pew Research Center.
As the Arctic warms up and the landscape thaws and shifts, scientists have zeroed in on a potentially potent source of greenhouse gases: lakes and other bodies of water.
President Trump ridiculed the "Green New Deal" last night as a "massive government takeover" in a campaign-style speech that puts a bull's-eye on Democratic climate policy leading into the race for president.
The much-hyped release of the "Green New Deal" resolution last week is being overshadowed by a bizarre controversy surrounding an erroneous fact sheet.
Japan has raised the hackles of critics by aggressively campaigning to install one of its senior diplomats as executive director of the United Nations' Green Climate Fund.