Since April 2015, each month has been the hottest on record and it's the longest hot streak on record.
Most businesses construct climate risk solely through the lens of profitability and market opportunity.
There are ticking time bombs, high up in the mountains.
The Mekong Delta is gradually being washed away, as less sediment is delivered downstream.
Wine lovers can rest assured. Wine will adapt to climate change.
Hydrofluorocarbons were created to replace ozone-damaging chemicals – but they turned out to be major contributors to climate change.
Droughts can be a factor in some armed conflicts, but that's nothing new.
Jeffrey Sachs wants to press governments to follow through on their promises.
Recently published research has found that the concentration of poorer people in hotter places is a real problem for cities' capacity to cope with climate change.
Conservative commentators accused government officials last week of hyping risks from Hurricane Matthew. A meteorologist explains why this is impossible in the internet era.
Atmospheric changes on exoplanets could hold clues to our own environmental problems.
Politicians are still debating whether climate change is real, but military planners call it a serious threat. A retired rear admiral explains how climate change affects U.S. national security.
The Norwegian capital shows other cities how it's done, by setting out a tailor-made plan to reduce emissions to zero by 2030.
Hollywood turns its hand to the worst environmental disaster in US history – from which the environment is strangely missing.
A new study challenges the longstanding view that biofuels are carbon-neutral, and asserts that in the U.S. to date, they have done more harm to the climate than gasoline.
While South Australia's storm hasn't yet been specifically linked to climate change, it's a reminder of the challenge of delivering essential services in a more variable climate.
The Global South needs stronger commitments from rich countries to achieve long-term climate success.
Money can corrupt. But that doesn't mean all types of funding – or intentions – are the same.
Spring has sprung and gardens are flush with growth. Can this annual spike in plant activity tell us anything about climate change?
South Australia is recovering from a state-wide blackout, and fingers are pointing at the state's renewable energy industry and climate change.