Livestock and their byproducts take a significant a toll on global warming
China lives up to its responsibilities on global warming
Scientists frequently tout new evidence that climate change will drive some of the most populated cities in the United States underwater. New York, Boston and...
The U.N. Climate Summit has galvanized support—for now. But we're going to need much more
The time has come, the walruses said, to gather on land since we can't find any ice around
Silicon Valley distances itself from the American Legislative Exchange Council
The addition of human and planetary health priorities to our fight against climate change is a bold - but necessary - step
"None of it is hysteria. It is fact."
Climate change and global health are intimately connected new research argues
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki Moon, NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, former Vice President Al Gore, and movie stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Edward Norton all attended
The public is agitating for action on global warming—but will politicians listen?
Demonstrators are putting pressure on world leaders ahead of a United Nations summit
North American birds are heading further north in winter now
The two terms may seem synonymous, but one generates much more engagement than the other
A new poll reveals that the U.S. is reluctant to recognize and address climate change
Ellis island, Jamestown and other U.S. landmarks' long-term future are at risk due to the consequences of climate change, a new report says
Time to stock up on Corn Flakes. Oxfam says at least three of the most popular breakfast cereals are expected to increase in price thanks to the effects of...
Wheel of Fortune host Pat Sajak went into damage-control mode on Wednesday after a tweet that said people who believe in climate change were "unpatriotic...
To ignore climate change is to abuse the moral call to care for the environment, and generations to come will suffer.
Climate change is a "catalyst for conflict" and a "threat multiplier" posing a growing national-security threat to the U.S., a new report finds