Climate change investments are up 18 percent in 2014 as clean energy surges.
2015 will go down as the hottest year and a punctuation mark on the hottest five-year period on record.
Increasing greenhouse gases are the overwhelming reason why 2015 will be the hottest year on record.
2015 is virtually certain to be the warmest year on record, with global warming driving that excess heat.
Per capita carbon emissions are falling, but Wyoming's are still seven times the national average.
Take the quiz to see if you can stop warming short of 2°C, a threshold world leaders agree we don’t want to cross.
New study predicts that rising temperatures due to climate change will wreak havoc on economic output.
Carbon emissions from the transportation sector could be halved by 2050 with two key steps.
We're likely living in a post-400 ppm world. Here's what it means to scientists that study the climate.
Island nations and others are desperate to keep global warming to less than 1.5°C, or 2.7°F.
The U.K. plans to close all of its coal-fired power plants by 2025 to address climate change.
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U.S. energy demand strains global water supplies in a warming world.
G20 countries spend almost four times as much to prop up fossil fuel production as they do to subsidize renewables.
Greenhouse gas emissions per capita are falling in 11 of the Group of 20 major economies.
There's record heat around the globe, and the globe as a whole is getting hot.
A shift from driving cars to cycling in big cities would become a major climate benefit.
With the current El Niño, there is some hope of such an extreme drought easing this winter.
Glaciers in northeast Greenland that were once stable have undergone rapid melt and retreat in recent years.
California and the Southern Plain states illustrate how droughts can form in very different ways.