The Salvation Army on Wednesday opened heat relief stations across metro Phoenix as forecasters say temperatures will reach as high as 112 degrees Fahrenheit in some desert areas by today.
Europeans need to urgently increase the solar power that their economies generate or face a reckoning with climate change they could regret.
As if the coronavirus weren't enough, India grappled with scorching temperatures and the worst locust invasion in decades as authorities prepared for the end of a monthslong lockdown despite reco...
European Union lawmakers showed their divisions over how to enact the bloc's ambitious climate strategy at the first debate over the draft measure.
A federal judge yesterday explained why Massachusetts' lawsuit against an oil supermajor belongs in state court.
California's cap-and-trade auction was walloped by the pandemic-driven economic collapse, failing to generate almost $550 million in expected revenue for climate programs.
Tough times for the oil and gas industry, combined with a rollback of environmental regulations, could hinder U.S. efforts to reduce methane emissions and fight climate change, experts warn.
Antarctic glaciers may be capable of shrinking at much faster rates than scientists previously imagined — raising new concerns about the future of the ice sheet.
President Trump's hurricane briefing in the Oval Office yesterday was led by a federal agency whose researchers revealed weeks earlier that climate change is raising the likelihood that major sto...
LAC DU FLAMBEAU, Wis. — The Ojibwe people of modern-day Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin have for 1,000 years adhered to a spiritual prophecy to live "where food grows on the water." Climate c...