From the top of the globe to the depths of the oceans and everywhere in between, the climate is warming and changing in ways humans have never experienced.
Weather and climate-related disasters have caused $2.4 trillion in economic losses and nearly 2 million deaths globally since 1971.
Climate change could cost the US Department of Defence big in coming decades unless adaptation measures are taken soon.
In March this year, Texas produced more wind power in a given moment than ever before, according to a new Energy Information Administration report.
Abandoned wells across the country may be leaking methane and could be a bigger source of climate changing greenhouse gases than previously thought.
C02 measurements in northern hemisphere were above 400 parts per million for month of April, the first time recorded in human history.
The record heat has the globe on track for its sixth-warmest year to-date and marks the 350th month in a row of above average global temperatures.
Cornell University study says oil and gas development need to be cut back immediately to avoid a “global catastrophe”.
Reefs are a first line of defence for coastal communities for storm surge protection, as well as more efficient and cost effective than building sea walls.
The National Climate Assessment – a new report from the U.S. federal government – makes clear that climate change is a present-day issue and a growing threat.