Scientists may be getting a better estimate of rising sea levels thanks to a better understanding of the Greenland Ice Sheet.
In a new study, researchers are shedding light on permafrost changes in northern Alaska.
A new study is shedding light on how the Earth's tilt influences some of the world's heaviest rainbelt.
Researchers are examining the earth's core and they are studying past changes in sea levels to make future predictions regarding climate change.
A new study found that increasing aridity could significantly reduce the microbial diversity within communities, especially dryland regions.
Carbon emissions may be rising too high, despite goals.
New research on chickadee species has revealed that southern bird species may be moving far more north than expected. This has important implications as temperatures continue to rise over time.
Falling oxygen levels caused by global warming could be a greater threat to the survival of life on Earth than flooding as climate change continues.
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.