British scientists have calculated the methane output of sauropods, including the species known as Brontosaurus and suggest that their flatulence could have been a key factor in the warm climate 150 million years ago.
The densest waters of Antarctica have reduced dramatically over recent decades, in part due to man-made impacts on the climate, Australian scientists said Friday.
With a significant portion of the world's population living within close proximity to the oceans, often in large cities, rising sea levels bring the potential for devastating consequences.
For decades they have been touted by green warriors and global warming believers as the lynch pin of their brave new utopian future. Now it seems that something is truly rotten in the state of Denmark, or the great state of Texas in this case.
In his commencement speech at Hamilton College on Sunday, former Vice President Al Gore told the graduates that global warming is “the most serious challenge our civilization has ever faced.”
Like snow sliding off a roof on a sunny day, the Greenland Ice Sheet may be sliding faster into the ocean due to massive releases of meltwater from surface lakes, according to a new study by the University of Colorado Boulder-based Cooperative Instit
Studies, with which it is affiliated, of diddling with the facts. They write: “We believe that [their] claims that man-made carbon dioxide is having a catastrophic impact on global climate change are not substantiated, especially when considering tho
The environmental agenda has been infected by extremism—it's become an economic suicide pact. And we're here to challenge it.
The AP story on military maneuvers in the Arctic reads like the gleeful report of a mugging.
Writing for Forbes Magazine, climate change alarmist Steve Zwick calls for skeptics of man-made global warming to be tracked, hunted down and have their homes burned to the ground.
Coordinated campaign activities in these extremely cold and remote locations are difficult and include numerous challenges. The most obvious is the extreme weather. While much of Europe and North America is now enjoying the spring weather, temperatur
A rapid rise in sea levels in Southwest Pacific Ocean has ocurred, according to a new study, and researchers say human-made climate change is likely the cause for significant rises in the 20th century.
Over that 34-year period, the day of the maximum sea ice extent has varied by more than six weeks, occurring as early as mid-February and as late as the end of March.
The UK government pledged 60 million pounds ($95 million) to support the Met Office Hadley Centre's Climate Programme...
Some prominent voices at NASA are fed up with the agency's activist stance toward climate change.
With extreme weather pounding countries across a wide arc in the Asia-Pacific region, questions hover over entitlements for millions of people displaced by climate change
Across the country, more than 7,700 daily temperature records were broken last month, on the heels of the fourth warmest winter on record.
Giant pandas are in a tight spot. There are fewer than 1,600 pandas left in the wild, and a new study found that more than half of the bears' already diminished natural habitat will be unlivable in 70 years thanks to climate change.
In 2010, Western Russia experienced the hottest summer in centuries, while in Pakistan and Australia record-breaking amounts of rain fell. 2003 saw Europe's hottest summer in at least half a millennium. And in 2002, the weather station of Zinnwald-G
The level of radiation in the space environment is of great interest to scientists and engineers as it poses various threats to man-made systems including damage to electronics on satellites. It can also be a health hazard to astronauts and to a less
A scientific conundrum that has puzzled climate experts for years may have been solved with the publication of research showing how an increase in carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere contributed to rising temperatures millions of years ago.
Global warming alarmist equates climate denial with racism.
Activists have imposed a de-facto moratorium on new coal—and beat the Obama EPA to the punch.
A team of international scientists working in the central Pacific has discovered that coral which has survived heat stress in the past is more likely to survive it in the future.
Climatologist Matthew Huber on our broiling, miserable, wish-it-were-sci-fi future.
Thousands of temperature records have been shattered in recent weeks. Awesome or awful?
What we're doing today really stands out in the geologic record," says lead author Barbel Honisch, a paleoceanographer at Columbia University's Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory.
Almost six years ago, I was the editor of a single-topic issue on energy for Scientific American that included an article by Princeton University’s Robert Socolow
Forthcoming MIF-Bloomberg New Energy Finance report assesses the investment climate for climate change-related investment across Latin America and the Caribbean
Global greenhouse gas emissions will rise 50 percent by 2050 unless current energy and climate policies change soon, according to a report released today by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).