Latest IPCC Third Assessment Report Stories
The aggressive wolverine may not be powerful enough to survive climate change in the contiguous United States, new research concludes.
DAVOS, Switzerland, Jan.
The average global temperatures recorded throughout the year place 2010 in a tie with 1998 and 2005 for the title of warmest year ever recorded.
An International research team has discovered that seasonal temperatures in Europe, above all in winter, have been affected over the past 500 years by natural factors such as volcanic eruptions and solar activity, and by human activities such as the emission of greenhouse gases.
Changes in clouds will amplify the warming of the planet due to human activities, according to a breakthrough study by a Texas A&M University researcher.
Monckton highlights COP16 threat to sovereignty & freedom and CFACT stands with the energy poor against carbon profiteers CANCUN, Mexico, Dec.
As world negotiators gather at the climate summit in Cancun, Mexico, to tackle climate change, scientists are demonstrating how long-term satellite data provide unique information to help policymakers understand and manage climate change.
The year 2010 is on track to be one of the three hottest years on record, capping off a record-setting decade that provides further evidence that the planet is warming.
Representatives from 194 countries have gathered at the 2010 UN Climate Change Conference in Cancun, Mexico, to continue working towards tackling climate change.
Concentrations of greenhouse gases approached record levels in 2009 and could set off even greater methane emissions from the Arctic, the UNâ€™s weather agency warned Wednesday.
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