Some climate policy analysts say that developing nations – some of which have become role models in cutting their planet-warming emissions and adapting to climate impacts – could help fill the void in leadership left behind by Christiana Figueres' departure in July.
A new batch of studies confirming the close relationship between global temperature and ocean level finds that seas are rising at the fastest rate since nearly 1000 BC.
Scientists are scrambling to understand how changing climate will affect American ecosystems in hopes of developing better management practices.
A Florida man has sparked a storm of Internet outrage for dragging a small shark ashore and pinning it down while posing for photographs.
Christiana Figueres's ability to bring opposing sides together has been a hallmark of her six-term tenure as the UN climate chief.
Todd Stern, the US climate envoy, told reporters in London on Thursday that despite Republican opposition to climate change, the political situation is different than when President Bush rejected the Kyoto Protocol in 2001.
A rare Franciscana dolphin died after being pulled from the water by beachgoers near an Argentinian resort. The incident raises anew a debate over the lengths people go to take a memorable selfies.
The salmon divide: Scientists have found that there are more than 700 genetic differences between a hatchery-born salmon and its cousins in the wild.
The puffins spend their summers in Maine, but scientists have been perplexed about where the colorful birds go in the winter – until now.
When a group of scientists returned to Antarctica's Cape Denison in 2014, they realized 150,000 Adélie penguins were missing. It's a devastating blow to Adélie penguin populations, but researchers aren't counting the species out just yet.
The Sooner State has switched strategies, limiting not just the depth, but amount of wastewater than oil and gas producers can pump back underground.