Social scientist Dr. Lawrence Eppard is joined by Bob Inglis, a former Republican South Carolina Congressman, to talk about how conservative principles can help solve the problem of climate change, the future of the GOP, and more.
While global surface temperatures were the sixth warmest on record in 2021, the upper oceans were at their hottest: a stronger sign of global warming.
The last seven years have been the seven warmest on record for Earth, a new analysis shows, and 2021 was the fifth-warmest year on record.
Climate change is making ocean levels rise. It’s a problem that will endure even after the world stabilizes and slashes greenhouse gas pollution.
The Associated Press analyzed data from 1983 to 2016 and found exposure to extreme heat tripled, affecting about a quarter of the world population.
The sea ice cover in the Arctic Ocean is a key part of our climate system. The sea ice brightness reflects more solar energy to space than open water.
For the first time on record, precipitation at the summit of Greenland — roughly two miles above sea level — fell as rain and not snow.
Heat waves and droughts go hand-in-hand.
Global warming emissions are expected to spike this year as the world emerges from the coronavirus pandemic and economies begin to recover.
Global average temperatures in 2020 were tied for the hottest on record, capping what was also the planet's hottest decade, according to new data.
The world just experienced its hottest November on record, according to a report from the European Union's Copernicus Climate Change Service.
The Earth had a record hot September, with U.S. climate officials saying there’s nearly a two-to-one chance 2020 will end up as the hottest on record.
At least 68 people killed and hundreds of homes destroyed as seasonal rains cause worst flooding in Parwan province.
NASA says during the Little Ice Age, the Grand Plateau Glacier reached all the way to the Pacific Ocean coastline. Since then, the massive Ala…
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A study warns that if humans fail to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, most populations of Arctic polar bears could struggle to survive beyond 2100.
The prolonged heat wave in Siberia from January to June would have been "almost impossible" if not for human-caused climate change, a study found.
The shelter-in-place orders in New Jersey, and other states, have resulted in a 30% drop in nitrogen dioxide (NO2) over the northeastern United States in March, compared to the average of the previous five years, according to NASA.
Warming shelters will host more guests in the years to come. However, plans on the public and private levels likely will generate mixed results.
Trump has long questioned the validity of climate change, something that more than 97% of actively publishing climate scientists agree on, according to NASA. He's even gone as far to say that it's a hoax perpetuated by the Chinese.
Climate change is having an unexpected effect on the wine business.
Parents in a remote Russian archipelago are scared to send their children to school after a "mass invasion" of polar bears into residential areas, a state news agency reports.
TRUMP: "Large parts of the Country are suffering from tremendous amounts of snow and near record setting cold. Amazing how big this system is. Wouldn't be bad to have a little of that good old fashioned Global Warming right now!" — tweet Sunday.
The new federal climate report (the "Fourth National Climate Assessment") paints a dire picture of our future — including compromised food safety — if we don't rein in greenhouse gas emissions.