by Emily Atkin Apr 14, 2015
"For the first time in human history it is possible to sail over the top of North America in a single season."
by Natasha Geiling Apr 13, 2015
China is set to overtake the U.S. as the largest contributor to climate change, even as the country moves away from coal.
by Ari Phillips Mar 28, 2015
Setting a new all-time temperature record for an entire continent is an exceedingly rare event.
by Ari Phillips Mar 25, 2015
The comparison is exactly backwards.
by Ari Phillips Feb 13, 2015
"The 21st century projections make the megadroughts seem like quaint walks through the Garden of Eden."
by Emily Atkin Jan 7, 2015
The final rule was supposed to be released Thursday.
by Emily Atkin Dec 2, 2014
The statement signifies the direction the U.S. will take during its two-year leadership of the international Arctic Council starting in 2015.
by Jeff Spross Nov 17, 2014
According to the International Energy Agency, at current emission rates, by 2040 the world will release all the carbon dioxide it can afford to if it wants to keep global warming to manageable levels.
by Ryan Koronowski Oct 31, 2014
Maine's governor, Paul LePage, has questioned the science behind climate change, opposed clean energy policies, and talked up the economic benefits of global warming.
by Jeff Spross Oct 27, 2014
By melting Arctic sea ice cover, global warming actually shifts air circulation in the northern hemisphere, causing cold Arctic air to be temporarily pulled south over Europe more often.