Greenhouse emissions are being pumped into the atmosphere at a drastically higher rate than in the past. Continue reading →
The logs of old ships could help scientists predict future weather patterns.
The rapid warming of the Atlantic Ocean is producing intense Pacific trade winds -- and a temporary hiatus in warming surface temperatures.
Scientists are hoping for a new perspective on the long-standing mystery with a NASA satellite that will, for the first time, make carbon dioxide measurements globally from space.
Peatland covers tens of thousands of miles and contains peat 23 feet underground.
A trend in El Nino events might explain a recent slow down in rising global temperatures -- and that trend is about to shift toward sharper warming, say scientists. Continue reading →
See New York, Boston, San Francisco and other U.S. cities depicted as they would appear after 12 feet of sea-level rise.
A new map displays the effect of a 10-foot sea-level rise on U.S. coastal areas. Spoiler alert: Miami and Boston do not look good.
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