The amount of greenhouse gases released from the earth due to climate change has been a subject of great debate — and new research suggests it could boost global emissions 30 percent.
The US Global Change Research Program aims to provide a roadmap for government research into climate change, and in January it urged review of geoengineering techniques — and their potential consequences.
President Trump's interior secretary, Ryan Zinke, has expressed concern about America's melting glaciers, yet he's set to undo Obama-era rules on oil, gas, and coal development on federal lands.
The footage marks the first time that the rarely seen deep-diving whales have been filmed in their natural habitat.
Researchers have developed a method for dramatically boosting the capacity of plants to absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
Evidence of iron-eating microbes that existed earlier in Earth's infancy than previously known offers clues about where and what to look for in seeking signs of life elsewhere in space.
Nitrogen trifluoride emissions in the United States, while very low compared to carbon dioxide, could be an easy target in the fight against climate change.
Another severe bleaching event could soon hit the UNESCO world heritage site, according to scientists and tour operators.
A first of its kind study on the impacts of climate change and industrial-scale fishing highlights the need for multinational cooperation on conservation and fighting climate change.
In countries with effective systems for managing waste, consumer products that go down drains and runoff from roads are causing more pollution than larger plastics.