The magnificent country of Malta may be in for freshwater scarcity, warns the European Environmental Agency.
During the summer melting season, the East Greenland Current swirls newly calved icebergs into stunning shapes.
The Guyana Iwokrama forest is protected from deforestation, which generates one-fifth of all greenhouse gases.
Given it’s essentially a hydrogen bomb exploding for more than four billion years, the Sun is remarkably stable.
"Drunken forests" such as this one in Alaska, can be found where large-scale thawing of ground ice has occurred.
An explosion of blooms occur when deep currents bring nutrients up to the water surface and spurs the growth of algae.
Jakarta's river is one of the most polluted in the world. Decomposing trash contributes to climate change.
The countdown is on. We're talking hours here. Climate Central’s first book -- Global Weirdness -- hits the stores on July 24.