Researchers find that rising global temperatures threatens turtle populations, where female turtles are outnumbering males.
Researchers use maps of forests and soils to determine effects of future climate change.
Researchers find that melting ice sheets caused by a warming ocean could increase global sea levels by three meters.
A new study reveals that human-induced climate change caused flooding in south of England during the winter of 2013-14.
A team of scientists investigates the stability of the East Antarctic Ice Sheet.
Recent summer temperatures in Europe may tip the thermometers in terms of warming.
In a recent study, researchers found that human activities generate massive amounts of plastic waste which ends up in the ocean and landmasses, and the Earth is entering an 'Age of Plastic.'
Humans are almost certainly behind the changing climate at this point. Record warm years are likely caused by human-made climate change, and this change is likely to continue into the future.
The release of fresh water from melting Greenland ice sheets could interrupt the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC), which is an important global ocean circulation element, according to a new study.
A recent study found that increasing climate change could have a major impact on snowshoe hares' chances of survival, which would reduce their population.
A new study found that ocean acidification may weaken oyster shells, but warm ocean water can buffer the shells from the effects of acidic ocean water.