The future for the cute pika may not be as daunting as once thought.
Intact nature may actually be the best defense against climate change.
Pressure may be building on global water supplies. Scientists have found that if current trends continue, domestic and industrial water demand may more than double by the year 2050, and continue to increase after that.
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.
Researchers have created an all-climate battery that self-heats at cold temperatures.
A recent study found that increasing climate change could have a major impact on snowshoe hares' chances of survival, which would reduce their population.
Storms and ozone may play a huge role in rainforest cloud creation.
A 2-degree rise in global temperatures may actually cause a massive increase worldwide
Ocean warming may have actually doubled in recent decades.
A new study found if some planets were habitable, life would become extinct right after its origin due to extreme heating or cooling.
Climate change will impact animals across the world, but what will happen to cold-blooded creatures like lizards and fish? Scientists have taken a closer look at these animals to see how rising temperatures might affect them.