A new study published Tuesday that talks about sea level rise in the year 3000 is important for a variety of reasons.
For Alaska pollock, the white fish primarily used in fish-sticks, climate change is a one-two punch.
Could existence of wind turbines slow the planet’s winds to the point where they couldn’t generate any more energy?
New study says there's more biodiversity in a warmer world, but only after wiping out many existing species.
Researchers examine the relationship between flowers and their pollinators on Washington's highest mountain.
New global warming research suggests that by 2060 England may look very much like Madeira, an island just off Morocco.
U.S. carbon emissions have plummeted lately, but that hardly means the planet is no longer in trouble.
Climate change could spell trouble for wading birds such as flamingos that depend on shallow coastal wetlands.