Weather patterns will transform over decades but planning must begin now.
Rising sea levels and extreme storms could displace 480,000 people and damage businesses and airports, a new study says.
On stem cells, he's for the science. But not on climate change – unless the EPA acts.
Climate scientists meeting in Copenhagen Tuesday warned that sea levels could rise to almost three times that of the official worst-case estimates, threatening hundreds of millions of people.
Scientists say climate change is bringing more intense fires. The watchword? Preparedness.
Dissolved in water and pumped underground, CO2 becomes limestone.