Major NGOs and green groups like Greenpeace and WWF walked out from the U.N. climate talks which taking place in Warsaw, Poland as no difference was observed in the climate.
A new volcano has been discovered a kilometer under the ice sheet of West Antarctica. The volcano is undergoing slow combustion and the researchers think the heat generated by these volcanoes will trigger the melting of Antarctic ice sheets.
Warmer climates due to environmental changes may be causing birds to embark on big migrations earlier in the year, and researchers believe this could have something to do with global warming.
Though global warming doesn't hold much hope for the planet or the people living on it, a recent study shows that this environmental issue could carry a bit of an upside for grizzly bears living in Alberta, Canada.
A recently conducted study claims that the average Eastern Canadian Arctic temperatures have been higher in the past 1 century than in the last 120,000 years.
Scientists have found a new drastic technique called Geoengineering, which will help them in 'hacking the Earth' and revert the climatic conditions to normal.
Though less Arctic sea ice melted in 2013 compared to 2012, this year's total is the sixth lowest in the satellite record. This year continues a long-term downward trend of about 12 percent Arctic sea ice loss per decade since the late 1970s -- a decline that accelerated after 2007.
A "hiatus" in global warming so far this century is partly caused by natural variations in a chaotic climate and is unlikely to last, a draft United Nations report by leading climate scientists says.
Deep beneath the polar ice, communities of fan worms and sponges thrive in Antarctic waters. Now, scientists have discovered that slight changes in the timing of the annual loss of sea ice could have dire consequences for these populations by allowing far more sunlight than usual to reach the sea fl...
It may look like the North Pole is underwater, but apparently that's normal--really. Scientists are speaking out about the picture that sparked a media frenzy over the past few weeks, revealing that in this case, a picture isn't necessarily worth a thousand words.
Earthquakes contribute to global warming by releasing highly potent greenhouse gas methane from the ocean floor. Over the past decade nearly 7.4 million cubic meters of methane has escaped to the surface.
The climate is changing, causing some areas to dry out while others cope with wetter conditions. In the case of Oregon, though, it turns out that there will be an average 56 percent drop in the amount of water stored in peak snowpack by the middle of this century. This could have significant impacts...