Australia's Extreme Heatwaves Have Killed a Million Fish, Dozens of Horses
Temperatures in Port Augusta soared to 49.1ºC (120.4ºF) on Thursday, making it the hottest spot in the country.
Humanity Just Flew Closer to the Sun Than Ever Before
On Monday, NASA’s Parker Solar Probe passed within 26.55 million miles, breaking a record that has stood for 42 years.
Wind and Solar Farms Could Make it Rain Regularly in the Sahara Desert
Climate models reveal that renewable energy projects in the Sahara could spark a twofold increase in local rainfall, enabling vegetation to take hold.
2017 Was the Second-Hottest Year on Record
The trend of record-breaking temperatures continues.
The VICE Guide to Right Now
It's So Cold Outside That Sharks Are Actually Freezing to Death
Three sharks washed up on the shores of Cape Cod this week after suffering "cold shock."
Planes, Pains, and Climate Change
Airports and Planes Need to Adapt to Climate Change, Too
High temperatures are already grounding planes, but what happens if (or when) things get worse?
The New Cancun
Scientists Just Confirmed The Hottest Day In Antarctica
It was the hottest temperature recorded on the continent since 1974.
We Have Two Record Hot Days For Every Record Cold Day, and It’s Getting Worse
A study published Monday demonstrates what global warming really means.
Scorching Temperatures Just Set the Middle East's Heat Records on Fire
Man, it's a hot one.
Alaska's Iditarod Sled Dog Race Has Been Re-Routed Because There's Not Enough Snow
2003 was the only other occasion in the race's 42-year history that organizers have been forced to remove sections from the competition because of insufficient snow cover.