Animals and plants may not be able to keep pace with climate change by evolving, a UC Davis study suggests.
Climate change doesn't just mean a threat to polar bears and penguins - it could damage your precious Wifi signal as well, a UK government report has warned.
Climate change is likely to cut water flow in many of the American West's rivers by as much as a fifth, a report from the Interior Department warns. The affected rivers supply water to eight US states.
Climate change is destroying important archaeological remains that have been frozen for thousands of years, a study has shown.
Climate change could have major implications for the US Navy, a report from the National Research Council has warned.
Do you believe in global warming? How about climate change? A new study has shown that words matter, with more Americans saying they believe in the phenomenon when it's referred to as climate change.
Massive snowstorms like those that hit the US and Europe last winter are likely to become more frequent, says the Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS), thanks to global warming.
The United Kingdom-based think tank Forum for the Future has proposed some interesting views of city life in the future. Their recent animated video depicting a "Planned-opolis" flew under the world’s technology and science radars at the end of last year.
Even under the best-case scenarios, rising CO2 levels in the Earth's atmosphere will cause unstoppable effects to the climate for at least the next 1,000 years, say Canadian researchers.
Hundreds of business leaders from around the world yesterday released a demand for "an ambitious, robust and equitable global deal on climate change".
The circulation of water in the Atlantic Ocean reversed its direction less than 20,000 years ago, a study has found.
The Arctic is contuing to warm at an unprecented rate - and the changes are likely to be permanent, says the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
Driving a car helps hike global temperatures in the long run more than making the same long-distance journey by air, the American Chemical Society says.
Most Americans have a very poor understanding of climate change, according to Yale University researchers, who grade 52 percent as deserving an 'F' on the subject.
A new study from the National Center for Atmospheric Research and other bodies aims to quantify the effects of population growth on carbon dioxide emissions, and concludes that it could make a big difference.
Seeding the oceans with iron to combat global warming might be ineffective as well as risky, it seems.
The Copenhagen Accord is so full of holes that even if countries stick to their targets there could still be a 4.2-degree rise in temperature by 2100, says a new report.
Women have a better understanding of science than men, and are more likely to heed the expert view that man-made global warming is taking place.
It sounds like a contradiction in terms, but British scientists have developed 'dry water', and say it could provide a new way to absorb and store carbon dioxide.
Tackling sea level rises though geoengineering won't work, and would impose enormous risks on future generations, according to an international research team.