Reducing emissions can generate better growth than old high-carbon model, says co-author of report, Lord Stern.
Is synthetic biology on its way to our farms, markets and tables?
Potential global records, sea ice minimums, climate-stabilizing cookbooks, all in this week's top news.
Brian Kahn explains on Al Jazeera America how El Nino has been playing a game of hide and seek.
Hurricanes swirl over two oceans, California faces intense wildfires and fall makes its first appearance.
Climate Central's Brian Kahn explains on Al Jazeera America how the weather phenomenon known as El Nino has been playing a game of hide and se…
El Niño is one step closer to being a reality as ocean temperatures warm up in the Pacific.
If the remaining months of the year rank in the top five warmest, 2014 will be the warmest year on record.
Arctic sea ice is set to reach the sixth lowest extent on record at the end of the summer melt season.
The government is targeting HFCs, which helped save the ozone layer but are terrible for the climate.
A new report shows how the world could become wealthier by spending more on clean energy infrastructure.
August 2014 was the warmest August on record according to NASA data, while summer was 4th warmest.
As electric power generating capacity continues to grow, the growth is fueled mostly by natural gas and solar power.
Scientists discovered that a type of plankton could thrive as the climate changes, which could offer clues about how other species will fare.…
New data supports the idea that methane emissions from hydroelectric dams outweigh the benefits.
Six climate stories you need to read, including NASA's new climate toys & the fate of two coal blockaders.
Over three hundred species, including the bald eagle and 10 U.S. state birds are at risk from climate change.
In a weird week for weather, snow fell in some spots, while rains drenched normally dry areas.
The spectacular 2002 collapse of Antarctica's Larsen B ice shelf was caused by surface melting.
Nearly half of the carbon that's eroding from melting Arctic permafrost is ending up in the atmosphere.