World Weather Attribution ties disasters and extreme conditions to climate change—providing crucial leverage for legal and policy battles.
Walter Cunningham, an astronaut who was the last surviving member of the 1968 Apollo 7 mission, died on Tuesday at 90. The Iowa-born Cunningham served in the US Navy and Marine Corps before joining NASA in 1963 and eventually taking part in the Apollo program…
The Inflation Reduction Act and Europe’s energy crisis have focused attention on a stealthy tool to reduce emissions: the humble home.
More than a million acres of state forest contain trees that have succumbed to stressors exacerbated by a multiyear drought
What with war, layoffs, and climate collapse, it’s easy to be pessimistic—but downturns often breed the most enduring companies.
A new study looked at 57 college biology textbooks published between 1970 and 2019 to assess how coverage of climate change has shifted.
While governments prevaricate over climate change measures, millions of travelers worldwide have been voting with their feet and switching to trains as their preferred mode of transport.
If it’s ever seemed like people are more crotchety on social media when there’s a heatwave or heavy rain, you’re probably not alone in having that perspective. Researchers analyzed more than 7.7 billion geotagged tweets
from 190 countries that were posted b…
The Group of Seven (G7) economic powers decided on Monday to set up an international Climate Club and invited interested states that pursue ambitious climate policies to join it, G7 chair Germany said in a statement.
People are moving in droves to places with a high risk of climate disasters, researchers say, despite extreme weather events increasing in frequency and intensity in recent years.