This cloud atlas could help us track life across the planet.
This is the biggest disaster to hit the iconic reef, and we're not out of hot water yet.
The melt season usually kicks off in May or June. Not April.
A new study shows how Earth's axis has already shifted, thanks to climate change.
Precipitation is increasingly likely to fall as rain rather than snow, according to new analysis.
Jill Pelto's watercolor art combines imagery from the natural world with hard data showing climate change's impact.
You get three guesses, and all of them must be Scandinavian.
That means we're already halfway to the "safe" benchmark of 2 degree C.
Large wildfires are now more common and destructive.