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Melting glaciers are some of the most conspicuous casualties of climate change, and for good reason: Meltwater from Greenland and Antarctica has dangerous potential to raise global sea levels as the climate warms.
Rising seas and erosion are threatening lighthouses around the United States and the world. Volunteers and cash-strapped governments are doing what they can, but the level of concern, like the water, is rising.
The black truffle is already one of the world's scarcest foodstuffs, but climate change could drive it to the brink of extinction in its traditional home of southern Europe.
Two major medical organizations are joining forces to address how racial equity can benefit climate health resilience efforts.
A legal challenge to a key action underpinning the Trump administration's rollback of Obama-era clean car rules is set to proceed after a court order last week.
The Trump administration is seeking to thwart certain witnesses from testifying in support of young Americans suing the federal government in a landmark climate change lawsuit.
Michelle Lujan Grisham is something of an anomaly among the crop of newly minted Democratic governors. The longtime New Mexican congresswoman is about to lead one of America's top oil and gas states.
The much-anticipated second volume of the National Climate Assessment presents a stark warning about the country's future if climate change progresses unchecked: dwindling water supplies, agricultural declines, infectious disease outbreaks, destructive sea-level rise, an increase in certain natural disasters and billions of dollars in economic losses, to name just a few consequences.
The White House is downplaying the severe findings of the National Climate Assessment, a federal report released Friday that shows American life and prosperity will be increasingly at risk from global warming.
Environmental groups claimed yesterday that 10 utility companies are responsible for the majority of premature deaths caused by emissions from coal-fired power plants in Europe.
Britain's pollution levels would probably rise if the country crashes out of the European Union without a deal, breaching a key pledge Prime Minister Theresa May has made to rein in emissions.
A new art installation by British artist and filmmaker John Akomfrah that focuses on climate change will open in the Boston Harbor next spring.
The Camp and Woolsey fires that have ravaged towns and killed dozens could cost insurers between $9 billion and $13 billion.
A county GOP chairman in Ohio says he was mistaken in publishing a meme on Facebook that appeared to refer to the California wildfires as "God's Punishment to Liberal California."
President Trump stood in the smoldering embers of his nation's climate future this weekend.
Puerto Rico has ambitious plans to transform its hurricane-battered electric grid to rely entirely on renewable energy by 2050.
Just in time for Thanksgiving, a wave of wintry weather is descending on the United States, bringing snow and record low temperatures to some regions.
President Trump has failed to stop climate change work at EPA. The administration has repeatedly tried to slash the agency's climate funding, only to be rebuffed by Congress. That has left a small cadre of EPA climate experts in an awkward position, working in jobs they know their boss would prefer to ax.
Kansas State University officials estimate that half the Manhattan campus will be powered by wind by 2020.
The Alaska transportation department is changing how it maintains roads as the state feels the effects of climate change.