Wildfires take the spotlight this week on The Shum Show.
Later frosts mean longer growing seasons for the U.S.
Here's where in the U.S. the frost free season is growing the fastest.
Global warming is being blamed for 44 percent of the total area burned in Western forest fires since 1984.
Climate change is altering important elements affecting fall foliage.
Researchers startled to discover Caspian terns 1,000 miles north than species had been previously recorded.
Yellow cedars are dying in Alaska and researchers have turned the data showing their demise into music.
The forests of dead trees are prevalent along the mid-Atlantic coast, where sea level rise is rapid.
New studies suggest that protecting tapirs is key to preserving carbon storage in rain forests.
Native landscaping could warm up the days in L.A., but cooling effects at night may be be greater.
Climate change is turning up the heat on animals. This map shows the pathways they'll likely follow to survive.
Warming ocean waters and changes in sea ice coverage could cause dramatic declines in Antarctic krill.
As Zika spreads northward, scientists are beginning to understand how humans stoked the epidemic.
This year's wildfire season in California shows signs of influence from climate change.
New research from Sicily shows one way that carbon dioxide pollution can affect the mating rituals of fish.
The risk of mosquito-borne diseases, like Zika, is becoming more prevalent as our mosquito season gets longer.
With high temperatures, tree growth is inhibited and carbon dioxide absorption rate diminishes.
Scientists are split over whether local safeguards can save some of the world’s most spectacular coral reefs.
Algae blooms like the one plaguing Florida's coastline could happen more often as lakes and coastal waters warm.
A study finds that the U.S. and four other developed countries are spending billions to keep forests intact.