Climbing temperatures, heat warnings and advisories, and active wildfires across the U.S. start summer off on a sweltering start.
A blip over 1.5°C in a single year does not mean we failed our goals, and year-to-year averages are not necessarily measuring climate change.
The draft opinion of SCOTUS to overturn Roe v. Wade's precedent sparks conversations connecting climate change and reproductive health.
The internet is flooded with alarmist headlines. But within the articles themselves lies the real story — often told in more rational terms.
The twin polar heat waves and Conger ice shelf collapse were unprecedented, scary, but absolutely not a reason to give up on climate change.
Many called December's tornadoes a "wake up call for climate change," but scientists have not yet determined a link between the two.
We may never notice it ourselves, but climate change and air pollution can actually affect our day-to-day performance at our jobs.
The cocoa oligopoly is driving West African farmers into deep poverty, leading to deforestation and child labor. But there is a path forward.
Winemaking is all about controlling flavor. Could climate change make our favorite wines taste different, or even wipe them out entirely?
As climate change worsens, monsoon rainstorms could become more severe and spread out, leading to less water retention and deadly floods.