A previously unsuspected chemical process in the Earth's atmosphere is creating sulfuric acid, known to have a significant impact on climate and human health.
Generation X may be passionate about Nirvana and Smashing Pumpkins albums like Gish, but Xers remain somewhat lukewarm about the causes and implications of climate change.
Climate change is set to trigger more extreme weather events around the world, an international team of scientists claims.
Not so long ago, the view of the political right (and even many centrists) was that a focus on the environment and climate change would hurt jobs and the economy in general.
Wildfires are expected to become increasingly common across the US and Europe over the next 30 years as climate change raises temperatures.
Climate change will hit nuclear and coal-fired power production in the US and Europe by forcing more temporary shutdowns, say researchers.
The movie Melancholia is far from the usual disaster film with its urgent teams of people hunched over computers and racing against time to stop impending doom, that can be stopped by one man alone!
An explanation has been found for why one widely-used climate record shows a different warming trend to others.
British scientists have calculated that the amount of methane produced by farting dinosaurs would have affected the planet's atmosphere - and noticeably warmed the climate.
Experiments on how plants respond to climate change may have lulled us into a false sense of security by dramatically underestimating the effects.
Particulate pollution over the eastern United States, dating from the late 20th century, has caused a colder patch where global warming has been held back.
Plants may thrive in the initial stages of global warming - but not for long. A study from Northern Arizona University shows that any improvements in growth caused by climate change disappear within ten years.
Climate scientists have in the past been cautious about suggesting that extreme weather can be linked to climate change. But a new report from the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) argues just that.
It's 2012, and if you like to entertain end-of-the-world, apocalypse-type scenarios, this could be an interesting year for the human race.
Nearly four million Americans are at risk of severe flooding by the end of the century as climate change raises sea levels around the country.
Americans are less likely to believe in man-made climate change as economic conditions get tougher, new research shows.
The long-ago extinctions of some of the world's largest animals were caused by both human activity and natural climate change, according to new research from the University of Cambridge.
The sky is falling - but it may be good news for the planet. New Zealand scientists say that the Earth's clouds are getting lower, in a mechanism that could help to counter global warming.
A libertarian thinktank devoted to rubbishing climate change is threatening to sue anybody commenting on certain leaked documents - even where the papers are genuine, it says.
So-called 'storms of the century' like last August's Hurricane Irene could become almost commonplace, thanks to climate change.