Milne Ice Shelf lost an area larger than the size of Manhattan and two resulting islands are now dangerously floating in the ocean, scientists say.
BP, one of the world's most polluting oil and gas companies, is donating $2 million and its expertise to help Houston become carbon neutral.
Climate change is ruining Colombian coffee farmers, but the national organization they’re required to join and pay is raking in money by denying anything is wrong.
Inside the racist nightmare that led to the founding of the National Black Environmental Justice Network, the devastating death of its first leader Damu Smith, and the political shifts that brought the network back and made it more relevant than ever.
About 1 million square kilometres less of the ocean is covered with ice than in the past seven years, according to new findings, and it's largely caused by the Arctic's record-breaking heatwave.
Up to 10 greater one-horned rhinoceroses, which are found at Assam’s Kaziranga National Park, died in the deluge.
Sea ice loss compels polar bears to endure longer periods of fasting, because they rely on the frozen surfaces to hunt seal.
The Iñupiat traditionally relied on hunting for food, but that's no longer an option following the devastation to the food chain caused by a melting ice.
Siberian fires are releasing record amounts of carbon dioxide after months of unseasonably warm temperatures in the Arctic, even surpassing last year's blazes.
After going decades without clean drinking water, 15 First Nations in Atlantic Canada have signed an agreement with the federal government to create the country's first Indigenous-led water authority.
Millions of Americans have no idea they're living in a flood zone. Now you can look up every property in the U.S. and see the flood risk for yourself.
After a decade-long drought and the most catastrophic fire season in recorded history, a third of Australia is still unconcerned.