Arctic ice melt, both cause and effect of climate change.

Arctic Methane Could Accelerate Climate Change

Dr. Jason Box, who knows the Arctic well, says that methane escaping from the ocean floor in that area could accelerate climate change beyond...

Miami Could Disappear Under the Sea due to Climate Change, Scientists Predict

The implications of possible sea level rise yet again made the headlines, as an article published by Jeff Goodell in Rolling Stone last week...

Newly Discovered Seafloor Magmatic Phenomenon May Emit Carbon Dioxide and Methane In Large Quantities

It looks like we're not even by far nearly the only ones emitting carbon dioxide, but even our very own planet does this in a process discovered recently. Researchers from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) have observed the phenomenon which, although unquantified, emits more carbon dioxide and methane than active ocean floor volcanoes do.

Controversial Norwegian Climate Change Study Sparks Dialog

An extremely controversial Norwegian climate change study released over the weekend posited that global temperatures have remained steady over the past several years, suggesting...

Dogs Rescue Birds from Being Burnt by Ivanpah’s Solar Panels

It is a bit of a shame that the world's biggest solar power plant, Ivanpah, has been facing a lot of criticism since it...

Stopping Peatland Wildfires May Reduce Climate Change

Climate change happens from both direct and indirect human interference- just look at the recent rise in wildfires. A study in Nature Scientific Reports by...

Ocean Life Coping with Climate Change through Evolution

Climate change is again threatening thousands of living species to extinction, as it has done to the dinosaurs during the first ice age.  Researchers...

Forest Fertilization Increases Carbon Sequestration, Helps Landowners

Scientists at the Texas A&M University department of ecosystem science and management are measuring how much would the rate of productivity of forests could...

Current Global Warming Most Severe in 11,000 Years, Study

A study published in the latest issue of the journal Science revealed that temperatures have never been as high in the history of our...

Climate Change Means Superstorms Less Likely, Hurricane Devastation More Likely

Despite all the negative press climate change gets, according to new research, catastrophes like Superstorm Sandy may decrease, according to a study published in...