The future Earth (near future, that is) will be a very different place because of climate change, and some of these changes are already happening.
The ESA Crysosat’s recent survey of Antarctica shows that the continent has lost double the amount of ice since it was last measured in 2010.
Well, this looks bad.
Industrial designer creates a robot that can roll through the world’s deserts to collect data in an effort to slow, or even stop, desertification.
This prototype bracelet can keep you comfortable by heating or cooling just your wrists.
And do cool spurts like last week’s "Julytober" mean it’s not getting warm?
According to a group of international scientists, global warming is not happening as quickly as once thought.
Consider the following: Bill Nye the Science Guy has a video on just what the heck is going on with climate change.
New research suggests that Genghis Khan may have been aided by (natural, not man-made) climate change in his quest to run rampant over most of Eurasia. Studies of tree-rings from the period between Khan's ascendance, conquest and death showed conditions that benefited a Mongol horde.
While politicians tiptoe around climate change, scientists are coming up with more and more mind-numbingly cool ways to mitigate its causes and effects. Falling along the lines of other geo-engineering projects, a new approach suggests using asteroid dust to block and absorb solar radiation well before it can reach the Earth.