55 million years ago, as the Earth heated up, many mammal species got smaller. Could the same thing happen again with human-induced global climate change?
According to geologists, there's something very hot going on under all that ice.
In addition to raising sea levels and wiping out species, climate change may threaten the world's coffee supply.
While climate change is bad for most of us, grizzly bears may not complain too much -- at least in the near-term.
Is it possible that some animals actually benefit from climate change?
I'm writing during flu season, and it seems like this is one of the worst outbreaks in a while. Any idea what's causing it?
Scientists have found evidence that by the time modern humans arrived in Europe, Neanderthals had already experienced an extinction scare.
When it comes to carbon emissions, not all felled trees are created equal.
No extra coal for the fire, no lights: maybe old Ebenezer Scrooge had it right -- environmentally speaking, at least.
Just how vulnerable and sensitive are insects to climate change?