A Delaware-sized chunk of ice could dislodge from the Larson C ice shelf within the next few years, say scientists.
The Crystal Serenity cruise ship is set to become the largest passenger vessel to sail the Northwest Passage with 1,000 passengers, each paying upward of $20,000.
Veteran firefighters say they have never seen fires as hot and strong as those ravaging California this year.
Residents of Shishmaref, Alaska, might finally pack and move, though this is their third vote to relocate as rising sea waters continue to erode the village's shores.
According to a new report, retailers are phasing out bee-harming pesticides in their products.
Global warming may severely limit the potential host cities for Olympic Summer Games in the next 50 years.
Just as scientists are warning that our planet's climate is set to overshoot critical thresholds, Americans have become more divided than ever along partisan lines over global warming.
The mysterious Montserrat tarantulas were bred in captivity for the first time at the Chester Zoo in England.
Humans love elephants for their grandeur, human-like emotions, and cognitive capacity, but the majestic beasts offer the world and its ecosystems much more than charisma, ecologists say.
Mt. Pinatubo erupted just before the first sea level temperature-gauging satellite was launched in 1991. Why that matters.