A new method for predicting future sea levels that mathematically pools expert predictions is being used by climate scientists.
In a blow to those people who believe that global warming predictions are just a lot of hot air, an international team has established that predictions made 20 years ago are turning out pretty accurate.
Sea levels are rising much faster than the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's (IPCC) projections predict - 60 percent faster, in fact.
Yesterday, 125 international and national organizations hit out at proposals from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) that geoengineering projects could be the answer to climate change.
A long-awaited report into the Intergovernmetal Panel on Climate Change has concluded that the panel, which manages research into climate change, needs changes at the top.
A UN panel report on climate change was sound, says a Dutch agency which reviewed the results after questions were raised over its accuracy.
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.