A new poll reveals that the U.S. is reluctant to recognize and address climate change
The two terms may seem synonymous, but one generates much more engagement than the other
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...
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
To ignore climate change is to abuse the moral call to care for the environment, and generations to come will suffer.
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...
At least in terms of dollar investments
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
The National Climate Assessment, which is much easier to understand and bolder than assessments from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, shows that...
Add more thing to worry about on climate change: the more CO2 we put in the atmosphere, the fewer nutrients many crops will have
New breeds won't fry as quickly, researchers hope.
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A new study shows how climate change will contribute to the spread of the mosquito-borne West Nile virus
Is a burrito truly a burrito without it?
If you want to argue about science, it's helps to know how the scientific method itself works
The planet hasn't been warming as much as climate models predicted—and it could be that sulfur emissions from volcanoes are blocking sunlight, cooling the Earth...
Extreme winter weather in the U.K. has sparked a bitter debate about the impact of climate change
"We need you to change things, not deny what's happening," he told Rep. Marsha Blackburn on Meet The Press
Newly single Hollande will visit the White House on his own
Corporations are betting on climate change—and primed for a big payday when things really heat up