Europe may be in for more heat waves as climate change continues. Scientists have found that regional climate projections suggest enhanced probability of heatwaves anywhere in Europe.
The year 2015 may be the warmest on record. Scientists have found that a combination of a Strong El Niño and human-induced global warming may just make 2015 the hottest year yet.
Researchers at the University of Bristol has revealed that there is no a 'pause' or 'hiatus' in global warming, since there is no substantive evidence to support these theories.
In a recent study, researchers found that the earth's rich oxygen atmosphere emerged from a from a blue-green algae, which was found in the oceans 2.5 billion years ago.
Melting Scandinavian ice may provide the missing piece for one of the most enduring puzzles of the last Ice Age.
Scientists have found that melting glaciers are causing a loss of species diversity among benthos in the coastal waters off the Antarctic Peninsula.
It turns out that marine communities may be most at risk when it comes to climate change. Scientists have found that marine life may be most sensitive to ocean warming.
It turns out that human activities, such as greenhouse gas emissions and land use, were the main cause of extreme weather and climate events in 2014.
Climate change may just be causing more sea turtles to become female.
While previously the world had aimed for just a 2-degree rise in temperature, now it appears as if countries are aiming for 3 degrees.
Scientists from the University of Southampton have identified potential "tipping points" where global warming could cause regional shifts in climate.