Understanding how clouds respond to climate change will be essential for predicting how much hotter the planet could get.
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A new study says that many of the ice shelves ringing Antarctica could be vulnerable to quick destruction if rising temperatures drive melt water into the numerous fractures that currently penetrate their surfaces.
Focusing on ice loss, glacier hazards, and water variability due to climate change, a new study highlights challenges for communities in Peru’s mountain cryosphere systems.
The training programs connected teachers with renowned scientists and other educators eager to inspire a new generation of environmental stewards.
The trackers will help to hold officials accountable for meeting important climate deadlines.
We’ve managed to avoid the topic for decades, but the force of public opinion is finally ending the era of American national climate nondecision-making.
A new model finds that areas where humans can barely survive, which currently cover about 1 percent of the planet, will grow to about 20 percent within the next 50 years
Kamala Harris’ Plan For International Climate Cooperation Could Smooth the Transition From Fossil Fuels
A coalition of leading governments would help secure an equitable, efficient, and just transition to the energy sources of the future.
An international team of polar researchers says that the Greenland ice sheet experienced record loss in 2019.
Scientists studying leaves from a forest that stood during a warm period 23 million years ago have for the first time linked high levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide with increased plant growth, as well with the high temperatures of the time.