Under the thawing Arctic ice lies bounty that could fill mouths, and pockets, around the world.
It's a publicity stunt, but a good one. Chen Guangbiao wants to bring attention to China's air quality problem before it's too late.
How fish adapt to a warming world is top of mind for governments eager to profit off of a robust fishing industry. Will climate change rule in their favor?
Unseasonably warm? Global warming! Unseasonably cold? No global warming!
Some animals and plants stand to gain plenty.
At high outback temperatures, gasoline vaporizes too quickly to pump.
Maybe we can all just agree on this one?
Global warming and environmental destruction are driving coyotes, bears and mountain lions out of their habitats, but that's only part of the reason why so many animals call the city home.
Now that the most adorable animals are under threat, surely we'll turn the tide on the warming planet.
In the future, two things will keep us warm: the cuddly polar-bear stuffed animal by our sides and the fire under our indestructible chocolate.
A landmark study refines measurements of losses in Greenland and Antarctica and how ice melt is contributing to rising seas. Here's why that is important.
Ken Mampel, the Floridian man who repeatedly edited the Wikipedia entry on Hurricane Sandy to remove any mention of climate change, has been blocked from Wikipedia for a period of 24 hours due to "edit warring" on the Hurricane Sandy page. He appealed the block and was denied, though he's not banned for good--he's encouraged to keep editing now that his block is lifted. Read more on his Talk page.
In this timelapse, NASA satellites capture unusual weather patterns in the Arctic.
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Geoengineering is always controversial, but it's even more controversial when you don't tell anyone first.
An excerpt from Rachel Carson’s 1951 bestseller, “The Sea Around Us”