A major new report has found an 'unequivocal' link between human activities and climate change.
Climate experts have detected warning signs that the Gulf Stream could collapse in the not-too-distant future.
The effects of climate change have sparked a bloom of microscopic algae across the Antarctic peninsula.
A new study has suggested that larger animals will go extinct while smaller, insect-eating animals will thrive.
A geoengineering technique known as stratospheric aerosol injection could reverse global warming.
A runaway global warming effect may still occur even if countries do manage to slash CO2 emissions.
Climate change is not a new thing, as evidenced by global warming that occurred over 500 million years ago.
The launch of two new satellites in to orbit will enable scientists to study the evolution of our planet's climate.
A 'vortex' of cold air over the Karakoram mountain range has been causing glaciers to continue growing.
Scientists have been trying to work out what the weather might be like on this recently discovered world.
A catastrophic rise in temperature wiped out the vast majority of life on Earth 250 million years ago.
A new study has cast doubt on the idea that climate change wiped out most of Australia's huge beasts.
Scientists have warned that global sea levels could continue to rise over the coming decades.
A groundbreaking new study suggests that scientists have underestimated the impact of climate change.
New data revealed by NASA has shown that global temperatures have been reaching record levels this year.
Climate scientists have expressed concern over the record-breaking temperatures seen so far this year.
As many as 13 million people who live on the US coast could become homeless by the end of the century.
A gorilla who can speak sign language has appeared in a new video to raise awareness for climate change.
A new NASA study has called in to question what we know of global warming and rising sea levels.
The events of the hit Roland Emmerich disaster movie may actually become a reality in the coming decades.