The report paints a picture of a planet already transformed and teetering on the brink of widespread, irreversible damage.
Researchers estimate that soot, or black carbon, pollution in the most popular and accessible part of Antarctica is causing an extra inch of snowpack shrinkage every year.
Rainfall in Sitka broke records on Wednesday, and February is shaping up to exceed the month’s typical rainfall by leaps and bounds.
Four major oil companies are not taking concrete steps to live up to their pledges to transition to clean energy, new research has found.
It has been 21 years since the 2001 Roadless Rule for the Tongass National Forest was first established. For the people involved in the battles between industry and subsistence, the tug-of-war over land use in the Tongass National Forest has been going on even longer.
Lake Mead and Lake Powell, the country’s two largest reservoirs, are only filled at about one-third of their total capacity.
Rainfall reports for some states are 50 years old, which means they don’t reflect how the climate has already changed in recent decades.
Scientists also discussed the impacts of climate change on Native life in the Arctic.
Exit Glacier has been receding so quickly that parts of the park that were once prime glacier viewing just aren’t anymore.
Arctic methane explosions — and the scientists who love to study them — are the focus of the newest episode of the public television program Nova.