A new study reconciles observed changes to the climate and computer model predictions, showing that they are more in agreement than they seem.
A first-of-its-kind study shows that once indigenous groups in the Peruvian Amazon were granted titles to the land on which they lived, the amount of forest loss declined.
Climate change isn't just causing extreme weather events, says a report co-authored by the American Psychological Association. It's also causing trauma and post-traumatic stress.
Climate change is expected to increase the amount of dust migrating in the atmosphere, which could have a significant nutritional impact on mountain ecosystems like the Sierra Nevada.
Significant dwarfing in mammals occurred about 53 million years ago due to dramatic shifts in climate, which resemble what could occur in the next century if humans don't reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
The solar industry saw its biggest growth ever in 2016, and is expected to triple in size over the next five years.
Researchers have developed a method for dramatically boosting the capacity of plants to absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
Conservationists, scientists and EPA staff fear what's to come under the leadership of a man who built a career around suing the agency he now heads.
Several reports this week point to tremendous growth in domestic wind and solar production and the continued decline of coal burning — a dynamic that one analyst calls "the new normal."
When people take to the streets, public officials take notice — especially when it happens in their district.