The sea level extremes associated with the El Niño-La Niña cycle will only become more dramatic with continued climate change, say researchers.
Researchers at Pennsylvania State University reveal the likelihood of another devastating flood event like Hurricane Sandy in 2012. But preparations for a city of that scale are challenging.
Many nations are pledging to curb greenhouse gas emissions, but these plans may not be enough.
New Zealand Prime Minister John Key announces the creation of the Kermadec Ocean Sanctuary, a marine region protected from fishing and mining.
A group of seismologists, academics, and industry experts in American drilling states hope to initiate a candid discussion of the role of wastewater injection and earthquakes.
The principle behind a carbon tax is simple, Cobb writes: Raise taxes on what you want less of and lower taxes on what you want more of.
A new study reveals that marine life is as active as ever, even in the depths of the dark polar night. The findings might affect how many viewed the polar night as a safe time for change.
Last year's volcanic eruption in Iceland released more than three times as much sulphur dioxide as all European industry combined.
More than two dozen walruses were found shot dead on the Alaskan shoreline, ringing alarm bells for a species already increasingly threatened by climate change.