Over the past 10 years, the negative effects of climate change have become vastly more apparent. Superstorms, extreme heat, floods and tornadoes are all complications caused by a planet that’s warmer and more polluted than ever before.
Researchers using NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter have found that temperatures in the Martian atmosphere regularly rise and fall not just once each day, but twice.
Scientists at the University of Manchester says that natural emissions and manmade pollutants may have an unexpected cooling effect on the world's climate by making clouds brighter.
Decreasing sea surface temperatures through cloud brightening could cut the severity of hurricanes by a full category, claims a team of British scientists.
Scientists are proposing a test of cloud brightening as a possible way of countering global warming.
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.
Well, the UFOlogists won't like it, but UCLA scienstists have come up with an explanation for the giant white arrow observed on the surface of Titan, Saturn's largest moon - and it's not an 'X marks the spot' from aliens.
The contrails from World War II bombers were enough to change the English weather, leaving Brits shivering with cold as well as, possibly, fear.
Areas around airports experience more rain and snow, say researchers, as planes trigger precipitation by flying through clouds.
Aircraft contrails do more to warm the planet than their exhaust fumes, a new study has found.
We normally think of stars as hot - but scientists using ESO's Very large telescope say they've found a pair of cool brown dwarfs, one of which is no hotter than a sauna or a cup of tea.
Strange circular holes in clouds which have frequently led to speculation about UFOs are caused by nothing more mysterious than aircraft, a study has shown - and they can cause several inches of snow or rain too.