Over Trump's first 100 days, we're going to show what science tells us about our warming world.
Climate change is a growing threat to impact the global supply of chocolate.
The average date of the last spring freeze is shifting earlier in the year, extending the pollen and growing season.
Scientists are racing to find crops capable of tolerating increasingly high temperatures and water shortages.
Here's what warming springs mean for plants and agriculture.
This week marks the start of meteorological spring.
The season and area in which trees are tapped to produce maple syrup is warming from climate change.
As the climate warms, maples are being tapped earlier in the year to get the sap that produces syrup.
Warming winters may sound great at first, but they bring new problems.
The U.S. faces big drops in harvests of major food crops by 2100 if temperatures continue to rise.
Bombus affinis has plunged nearly 90 percent in abundance and distribution since the late 1990s.
A regulatory bloodbath is looming in D.C., but climate protections could advance elsewhere in 2017.
European power plants could keep claiming to be green while billowing pollution from wood until 2030.
Throwing away Thanksgiving leftovers comes with a side of potent greenhouse gas emissions.
Food that ends up in landfills emits methane, a strong greenhouse gas.
Donald Trump could scrap the Obama administration’s plans to combat climate change once he takes office.
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.
New research finds that cows and wetlands are driving a rise in methane emissions more than oil and gas.