“Everybody, we have a chance to do this right, to save the world for humans,” the famed TV "science guy" said.
No, carbon dioxide emissions are not “good” for global food production.
Averting catastrophic warming requires rapid, global changes to land use and food production, the assessment says.
“July has re-written climate history," said the head of the World Meteorological Organization.
Scientists said they had never seen so many carcasses at once.
Scientists are memorializing Iceland's first glacier lost to global warming with a poignant "letter to the future."
Many places facing excessive heat this weekend have no air conditioning, with cities opening shelters for people to cool off.
Researchers call for emergency protections as 400 remaining animals fight for their lives.
Chubb becomes first major U.S. insurance company to restrict coverage for coal, citing the threat of climate change.
What can Americans learn from the master builders?
The Democratic National Committee is weighing whether to host some kind of forum for presidential candidates to dig into the climate crisis.
"It was a powerful relief to say it out loud and to hear someone else recognize it.”
Mussels are the “canaries in the coal mine for climate change — only this canary provides food and habitat for hundreds of other species," says a biologist.
The Washington governor renewed his calls for a climate-only debate after the first televised event with candidates spent less than 10 minutes on the crisis.
The climate crisis threatens human rights and could push another 120 million people into poverty by 2030, a U.N. report says.
The senator with a plan for everything is fleshing out what could be her Green New Deal.
The 2020 Democratic hopeful says he’s serious about fighting climate change. Progressives worry he’d take a “middle ground” approach.