global warming

Cristobal Threatens Gulf Coast From Louisiana to Florida

Cristobal Threatens Gulf Coast From Louisiana to Florida

The third named storm of what is predicted to be an intense hurricane season is expected to make landfall on Sunday.
Cristobal Threatens Gulf Coast From Louisiana to Florida

Cristobal Threatens Gulf Coast From Louisiana to Florida

The third named storm of what is predicted to be an intense hurricane season is expected to make landfall on Sunday.

Melting Ice Opens Doors for Wider Spread of Contaminants, Diseases

New pathways and new and more distant places are leading to additional scientific findings on impacts of melting Arctic ice.

Net zero by 2050: Diageo, H&M, and Rolls-Royce join drive to avert climate catastrophe

On World Environment Day, a host of companies have signed up for a UN-backed campaign to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.
‘Like Trash in a Landfill’: Carbon Dioxide Keeps Piling Up in the Atmosphere

‘Like Trash in a Landfill’: Carbon Dioxide Keeps Piling Up in the Atmosphere

Levels of planet-warming carbon dioxide reached another record in May, the month when they normally peak.
‘Like Trash in a Landfill’: Carbon Dioxide Keeps Piling Up in the Atmosphere

‘Like Trash in a Landfill’: Carbon Dioxide Keeps Piling Up in the Atmosphere

Levels of planet-warming carbon dioxide reached another record in May, the month when they normally peak.
‘Like Trash in a Landfill’: Carbon Dioxide Keeps Piling Up in the Atmosphere

‘Like Trash in a Landfill’: Carbon Dioxide Keeps Piling Up in the Atmosphere

Levels of planet-warming carbon dioxide reached another record in May, the month when they normally peak.
Grim chart shows atmospheric CO2 just hit a record high

Grim chart shows atmospheric CO2 just hit a record high

The pandemic couldn't thwart the relentlessly rising carbon dioxide in Earth's atmosphere. Scripps Institution of Oceanography, which collects daily measurements of atmospheric CO2 atop Hawaii's Mauna
Pandemic Lockdowns Lead to Less Traffic and Better Air

Pandemic Lockdowns Lead to Less Traffic and Better Air

Fewer cars on the road during the pandemic has meant cleaner air, but not necessarily fewer traffic deaths. Can we have both?
Pandemic Lockdowns Lead to Less Traffic and Better Air

Pandemic Lockdowns Lead to Less Traffic and Better Air

Fewer cars on the road during the pandemic has meant cleaner air, but not necessarily fewer traffic deaths. Can we have both?
Pandemic Lockdowns Lead to Less Traffic and Better Air

Pandemic Lockdowns Lead to Less Traffic and Better Air

Fewer cars on the road during the pandemic has meant cleaner air, but not necessarily fewer traffic deaths. Can we have both?
Pandemic Lockdowns Lead to Less Traffic and Better Air

Pandemic Lockdowns Lead to Less Traffic and Better Air

Fewer cars on the road during the pandemic has meant cleaner air, but not necessarily fewer traffic deaths. Can we have both?
U.K. Finds That Green Business Is Good Business

U.K. Finds That Green Business Is Good Business

With a boom in wind power and a drop in carbon-dioxide emissions, the island nation has found success in clean energy.
Managing the Majestic Jumbo Flying Squid

Managing the Majestic Jumbo Flying Squid

Warming waters attributed to climate change help fill people’s pockets and dinner plates.
Don’t Thank the Virus for Saving the Climate Yet

Don’t Thank the Virus for Saving the Climate Yet

There are lessons to be learned — and some benefits already — but it’s complicated. (Of course!)
Diesel Spill in Arctic Russia is Compared With Exxon Disaster

Diesel Spill in Arctic Russia is Compared With Exxon Disaster

Russia declared a federal state of emergency in the Krasnoyarsk region as pollution from a diesel spill in the Arctic city of Norilsk drew comparisons with the Exxon Valdez accident off Alaska in

U.S. States Just Lost Pipeline Veto Rights And That’s A Big Deal For Oil

The EPA issued new regulations on pipeline approvals that narrow state authority to intervene. But the fight may not be over.
Gulf of Mexico ‘Dead Zone’ Will Be Large This Summer, Scientists Predict

Gulf of Mexico ‘Dead Zone’ Will Be Large This Summer, Scientists Predict

The low-oxygen zone can cause harm not just to marine life, but also to those who catch shrimp and fish for their livelihood.
Gulf of Mexico ‘Dead Zone’ Will Be Large This Summer, Scientists Predict

Gulf of Mexico ‘Dead Zone’ Will Be Large This Summer, Scientists Predict

The low-oxygen zone can cause harm not just to marine life, but also to those who catch shrimp and fish for their livelihood.
Gulf of Mexico ‘Dead Zone’ Will Be Large This Summer, Scientists Predict

Gulf of Mexico ‘Dead Zone’ Will Be Large This Summer, Scientists Predict

The low-oxygen zone can cause harm not just to marine life, but also to those who catch shrimp and fish for their livelihood.