A new study looked at polar bears' prospects as the world warms. The verdict? Bad, or very bad.
They're already producing strawberries, basil, and lettuce -- all at 20 feet below sea level.
Rivers are acidifying, too, and baby salmon are struggling.
Should we really be spending limited science funding on social science and climate change art, when we haven't figured out all the hard stuff yet?
Sometimes you need to get all that secret environmental guilt off your plate -- we have just the hotline for you.
The climate psychologist and author of "Is Shame Necessary?" explains why need more shame (and less guilt) if we're going to fix the climate.
If you’re feeling overwhelmed by climate change news, don’t — I repeat, DO NOT — stop to smell the roses. Because they are probably more …
The ruling suggests that any nation that contributes to climate change is abusing the human rights of its citizens, not to mention the rest of the world.
Wait just one second: Is this a study that focuses on the actual, meaningful impacts that climate change will have on the lives of humans?