As the effects of climate change worsen, more and more people will be forced from their homes, as has happened in some U.S. coastal towns.
Emails obtained and published by The Guardian show the USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service might soon avoid the phrase "climate change."
The U.S. was the only outlier as world leaders stood by the Paris climate agreement at the G-20 summit Saturday.
He's called EPA regulations "coercion" and has fought to slow down the move away from fossil fuels.
Researchers predict nearly a third of the global polar bear population could die out in as little as the next 35 years.
A new study looked at how various global temperature increases could affect the Mediterranean ecosystem.
Americans' views on the subject are largely shaped by their chosen political party, not scientific knowledge, according to a new survey.
Tiny organisms called phytoplankton make more than half of the oxygen in our atmosphere, but a new study says warmer oceans could put an end to that.
China has released revised data showing it has consumed a lot more coal than previously reported, but its CO2 emissions data isn't lining up.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is refusing to hand over its climate scientists' emails to Rep. Lamar Smith.