Human intervention isn't always a bad thing, and that's especially true when it comes to the Saimaa ringed seal. Scientists have found that humans can help the critically endangered seal cope with climate change.
Climate change may actually be moving mountains. Scientists have pointed to strong interaction between climate shifts and internal movement in the North American St. Elias Mountain Range.
Global climate change may have caused the severe drought in East Africa in 2014. Researchers are taking a closer look at the effects of climate change and have found what events they may have influenced.
Climate change may just be causing more sea turtles to become female.
Animals, such as cows, can produce enough methane to impact our Earth's atmosphere. Now, researchers have found that another animal may do the same: the kangaroo.
Researchers have found that increasing wildfires may double soil erosion by 2050.
Scientists are taking a closer look at the life and extinctions among woolly mammoths to learn a bit more about how Arctic mammal species survive environmental changes.
Acidifying waters may pose a threat to the Southern Ocean.
NASA has found that the sea ice surrounding Antarctica reached a new record high extent this year, covering more of the southern oceans than it has since scientists began recording.
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.
The Persian Gulf may simply be too hot for humans by the end of the century.
Coastal Asia may suffer the most from extreme weather patterns over the next 50 years. Scientists have taken a closer look at climate models and have found that these areas are particularly vulnerable.