While it is almost impossible to attribute an individual event to climate change, the reality is that we live in a climate altered world.
While it is hard to attribute any single event like the "Lucifer" heat wave to climate change, new science makes it abundantly clear that climate change has already made our summers hotter and riskier.
Can a conservation tool called water funds provide clean water for the residents of Cape Town, while also protecting the region’s unique plant diversity?
Scientists Nick Wolff and Yuta Masuda recount their experiences testing new technology first-hand in the fields of Indonesia.
Delhi’s residents live with air pollution and smog every day. Could changing farming practices help change this reality?
Killing off the world’s vultures can come back to bite people — literally — in the form of rabid dogs.
New research finds 1 in 5 active underground natural gas storage wells in the U.S. could be vulnerable to large-scale accidental releases, like the one at California's Aliso Canyon well field in October 2015.
After a bout of illness in Indonesia, scientists discover that seagrass meadows have bacteria-fighting superpowers that benefit people, fish and invertebrates.
Marine fisheries are well known for their ability to produce food. But rivers and lakes are vital to food security too.
Purple martins are truly a bird of the people. In fact, they have shifted almost entirely from natural nests to human-made ones. Why have purple martins become so reliant on us?
Managing forests to remain resilient through wildfire, drought, and forest pests in a changing climate is complicated. New technology is helping forest managers to restore forests to a healthy mix of spatial diversity.
Climate change will affect your health, your sports, even what you drink. A look at some of the more unexpected impacts.