Investors ask if the world’s 45 largest fossil fuel companies will be able to thrive in a warming world.
Is climate change responsible for Australia's bushfires? The answer is yes and no.
U.S. carbon dioxide emissions related to energy consumption in 2012 dropped to their lowest point since 1994.
Take a visual tour from Antarctica to Australia with the top six climate news stories of the week.
Wildfires raged across southeastern Australia, turning Sydney's sky orange and destroying hundreds of homes.
The 16-day government shutdown could cause further delays to NOAA's weather satellite programs.
The 16-day government shutdown disrupted U.S. Antarctic research, with NSF officials trying to restart projects.
Shifting seasons due to climate change could darken foliage, costing states billions in lost revenue.
New climates by 2050, panoramas that may help save the reefs, and tiny underground nuclear reactors.
A look at how both precipitation and temperature have changed this season since 1970.
Foliage color and timing has been starting later, on average, in a warming world.
Scientists worry that booming oil and gas production is spreading too quickly with too little concern about its impact.
A Tennessee philosopher and Christian environmentalist debate the moral imperative for action on climate change.
Ireland is famous for scenery and green fields, but climate change could lead to a different looking country.
The new IPCC report includes a budget for cumulative carbon emissions in order to avert "dangerous" climate change.
Past shifts in the Earth's rain and desert belts may be a harbinger of things to come.
The IPCC, NOAA, and a study on Antarctic sea ice are this week's big climate headlines.
Climate Central Senior Scientist and IPCC lead author Claudia Tebaldi discusses findings from the new report.
Since 1970, much of the U.S. has seen the frost-free season get longer, on the backdrop of rising temperatures across the country.
An interactive look at the top indicators of a warming world, complete with high-resolution graphics.