In another move to address the impact of climate change, President Barack Obama ordered a bipartisan task force on Friday to help U.S.
Black carbon, the soot produced by burning fossil fuels and biomass, is a more potent atmospheric pollutant than previously thought, according to a four-year international study released on Tuesday
The consequences of climate change are now hitting the United States on several fronts, including health, infrastructure, water supply, agriculture and especially more frequent severe weather, a co
The lemurs of Madagascar - known for their haunting cries and reflective eyes - are the most endangered primate group on Earth, because they are losing their forest habitat, the International Union
Scorching heat, high winds and bone-dry conditions are fueling catastrophic wildfires in the U.S.
Sea levels from Cape Hatteras to Cape Cod are rising at a faster pace than anywhere on Earth, making coastal cities and wetlands in this densely-populated U.S.
So far, 2012 has been the warmest year the United States has ever seen, with the warmest spring and the second-warmest May since record-keeping began in 1895, the U.S.
Killer heat fueled by climate change could cause an additional 150,000 deaths this century in the biggest U.S.
Coastal seagrass can store more heat-trapping carbon per square mile (kilmometre) than forests can, which means these coastal plants could be part of the solution to climate change, scientists said
The number of extreme rainstorms - deluges that dump 3 inches or more in a day - doubled in the U.S.
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