The IPCC has given an upper limit as to how much greenhouse gas emissions Earth should support, but floods and storms may push public more than scientists' warnings.
Ocean acidification will be changing your seafood menu -- from fish to shellfish to crabs and lobsters -- according to a new review of studies of marine animals. Continue reading →
If plant leaves could absorb more carbon dioxide, it may one day help ease global warming and boost food production.
Sea urchins are providing scientists with a way to turn carbon dioxide into harmless chalk. ->
Good news and bad news for carbon pollution: Russia and Europe are leading successful reduction efforts, but the United States has shown an increase in carbon dioxide emissions.
A former Greenpeace employee was arrested yesterday for sneaking onto the tarmac at Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport and trying to block an Airbus A319 from taking off.
The Kyoto Protocol is virtually dead. The UN is trying to revive talks about fighting climate change at a meeting in Qatar. Meanwhile coal burning and greenhouse gas emissions are steadily increasing. What will we do?
The retreat of Alaska's Columbia Glacier may halt by 2020 after climate change has melted 15 miles of the glacier, relative to its size in 1794.
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