Should humans, whose fossil-fueled society is driving climate change, use technology to put the brakes on global warming?
Researchers use geological records of past sea levels to shed light on the ice sheets responsible for a rapid pulse of sea-level rise in Earth's recent past
Like rings in a tree trunk, a narwhal's tusk provides a window into changing conditions in the Arctic
New research shares how to convince people who still don't believe that humans contribute to the warming climate
Researchers now think the region's widespread loss of glacier ice helped set the stage for 1958 quake
Recent computer modeling studies indicate that coastal wastewater infrastructure is likely to flood with groundwater as sea-level rises
New paper shows that global atmospheric drying significantly reduces productivity of both crops and non-crop plants, even under well-watered conditions
Researchers recently explored whether bird-friendly coffee is on the radar of bird-watchers: are they drinking it and, if not, why not?
In a new study, researchers say gender—alongside other identities—has a powerful influence on people's experience of, and resilience to, climate change
Hotter and more humid weather could make much of East Africa unsuitable for certain livestock production