An unseasonal dip in sea ice growth helped November set a record low — the seventh month to do so this year, also a record.
Articles by Andrea Thompson
2016 is set to be the hottest year on record by a significant margin, with temperatures that are 1.2˚C above pre-industrial times.
How will the Trump presidency impact climate research, and efforts to curb further warming and mitigate its effects? We ask the experts.
The steady rise of Earth’s temperature as greenhouse gases accumulate in the atmosphere and trap more and more heat is sending the planet spiraling closer to the point where warming’s catastrophic consequences may be all but assured.
The past 11 months have been the hottest such months in 135 years of record keeping.