It's not just sea levels that are rising as Greenland's ice melts - Greenland is too.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) announced today that last month was the warmest April on record, giving recently-disgraced global warming experts a new ledge to stand on.
More than 250 US scientists, including 11 Nobel laureates, have published an open letter defending climate change research.
Huge swathes of the world could become too hot for human beings to survive, if current worst-case scientific projections of global warming turn out to be true.
The Environmental Protection Agency report says climate change is unequivocally causing hurricanes and heat waves.
Half the heat believed to have built up on Earth in recent years can't be accounted for.
It seems that wind turbines change how heat dissipates in the areas downwind of them, because they slow the wind as it spins their propellers. Once one begins to think about it, this domino effect makes perfect sense.
The UK government's first official report into the 'Climategate' scandal has concluded that the University of East Anglia did not tamper with climate data.
New NASA measurements show that the Gulf Stream has not slowed down over the past 15 years. In fact, it may even have sped up slightly.
As the tragically hip make their reverse Mecca haj out of Austin today – updating 4Square on their iPhones as they go - we take a look back over SXSW Interactive, celebrating the worn checkered shirts, grungy chic neck scarfs, cowboy hats and hemp sandals.
The article “Massive methane release sparks global warming fears” garnered a lot of reader responses. On in particular needs to be addressed directly here.
A group that has no ties to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will be conducting a sweeping investigation into the group's research methodology, report findings, and negative allegations against them in a bid to gain back a sense of confidence and urgency among the population.
Vast amounts of methane are bubbling up from the East Siberian sea, raising fears of a massive hike in global warming.
Cities across the Northeast and Atlantic Coast are breaking snowfall records and scientists are now rescinding claims of global warming-induced hurricanes. It all leads to growing skepticism over the climate change phenomenon.
The calving of a massive Antarctic iceberg is expected to affect ocean circulation worldwide, causing colder winters the other side of the world.
Ocean acidifcation is taking place at a faster rate than has been seen in the last 65 million years - and it's still accelerating.
The US Commerce Department is to set up an office to provide data on climate change to businesses and communities.