Scientists now have a benchmark for ocean acidification to measure future changes against.
A federal task force was formed last year to provide adaptation ideas. On Monday, it delivered 100.
Palm oil production can damage the local environment and global climate but solutions are out there.
This week's top climate news features shocking new findings and high tech mapping solutions.
Industrial farming is rapidly destroying Brazil's Cerrado and creating a ticking carbon bomb.
Lightning strikes could flash through the sky more often as the planet warms, at least over the U.S.
Scientists discovered that glaciers hum tunes, tunes that could help predict when glacial lakes will overflow.
Americans are starting to prepare for the staggering amounts of future sea level rise forecast. But only barely.
Research reveals that rising temperatures are causing bees to fly before flowers have bloomed.
A look at how El Niño influences global weather patterns.
The start to the rainy season provided a little drought reprieve for California but full recovery is unlikely.
A breakdown of the nationwide results of the climate, energy and environment-related measures.
There is a better than 99 percent chance that 2014 will be the warmest year on record in California.
A $300 million program is helping New Jersey retreat from inland river regions, but not the coast.
IPCC analysis of climate change has painted an ugly picture, but it also offers hope and guidance.
For too long we have ignored the relationships between built and natural environments.
Scientists warn the plan to protect the reef is likely to prove ineffectual unless CO2 emissions are cut.
New greenhouse gas concerns to Arctic sea ice decline's link to cold winters, all in this week's top news.
The Southern Ocean's notoriously strong gales are growing stronger, and that's foreboding news for coastlines everywhere.
Sandy will "be one of the most studied storms" to hit the U.S. Here's what researchers are already learning.