This melting—driven by climate change—is the number two driver of global sea level rise, it harms nearby corals and shellfish, and more.
The only tropical forest in the U.S. houses endangered species and sources half of the water supply for the San Juan metro area.
Aerosols are a wide range of particles that affect precipitation and human health. Where do they come from, and what do we do about it?
An exclusive podcast episode featuring an extended conversation with Dr. Robin Bell.
Hurricanes and tropical storms cause alarming damage. Why does climate change worsen these storms, and how can we minimize their destruction?
Even though the flu is worst in the winter, climate change has a surprising and counterintuitive effect on the severity of this virus.
As climate change worsens, monsoon rainstorms could become more severe and spread out, leading to less water retention and deadly floods.
We may never notice it ourselves, but climate change and air pollution can actually affect our day-to-day performance at our jobs.