Amid federal inaction addressing the climate crisis, President Joe Biden is considering declaring a climate emergency.
The increasing heat levels around the country and many natural disasters may be a signal that climate change will have more impact on Americans' daily lives.
New study from NASA and University of Maryland suggests that India might now be emitting more sulfur dioxide than China is.
The EPA pulled its scientists from a presentation on their research about climate change.
Poor air quality might actually keep parts of the Earth from warming due to aerosol levels.
NASA is examining melt ponds and lakes in the Arctic to learn more about sea ice melt.
Vice President Al Gore thinks there's still time to stop some of the catastrophes climate change might cause.
What is the clean water rule that EPA administrator Scott Pruitt wants to repeal?
NOAA is predicting the end of a yearslong coral bleaching event that has put coral reefs at risk.
A study from NASA shows climate models have underpredicted how much rain the tropics will get in the future due to climate change.
Google Street View vehicles drove around Oakland, California, measuring the pollution levels.
A number of businesses, states and universities representing trillions in the U.S. economy have declared 'We Are Still In' on the Paris Climate Agreement.
The Larsen C ice shelf has been breaking for three years now and has almost broken off of the shelf.
The Paris Climate Agreement was established in 2015. President Donald Trump's possible withdrawal from the agreement could damage the accord's climate change goals.
Elon Musk tweeted he is "cautiously optimistic" the president will make a "positive decision" on the Paris agreement.
A study revealed Antarctica is turning green due to more moss growth from warming temperatures.
An "atmospheric river" is bringing a change in the weather.
NASA is trying to find out how much greenhouse gas the mid-Atlantic can absorb to map out future climate change.
The People's Climate March happened worldwide Saturday on President Donald Trump's 100th day in office.
Record breaking levels of CO2 were present in the atmosphere Tuesday.
Following an unusually warm February, March also broke temperature records.
Studies show that human-caused climate change will probably cause more turbulence on transatlantic flights.
How to find an Earth Hour event near you to get involved.
Salt found deep below the Dead Sea floor shows how climate change can cause an extreme drought that could potentially hurt millions of people.
NASA's climate change time machine shows how sea ice, CO2, temperature and sea level rise have changed over time due to climate change.
Low levels of sea ice in the Arctic break another record, according to NASA.