Conservationists fear some rare species in the Seychelles are at risk due to climate change-related impacts on their habitat
The broad geographic scope of this March warmth has been noticed by and caused issues for certain plant and animal species.
The epic March heatwave obliterates more records as a cold front slowly works its way eastward.
The lack of ice on Lake Superior this winter puts the average decline in ice coverage over the past 40 winters at 79 percent.
It used to be that a warm day in March felt like a gift, but now it feels as if we’re paying for it.
From Minnesota to Massachusetts, records continue to fall in a "historic and unprecedented" March heat wave.
The truth is, we don’t really care about the "official" first day of spring since it won’t have a tight connection to spring weather as the planet warms.
The number of Monarch butterflies spending their winters in Mexico dropped 28 percent, according to a new report.