Trump negotiators brand coal as the solution for the climate crisis at UN conference

It would be funny if it wouldn’t be sad.

New EPA advisor believes air is “a little too clean for optimum health”

Unfortunately, it seems like this administration is hellbent on making the EPA an anti-scientific, destructive organization.

US report says climate change is happening, but US leaders disagrees

It’s almost like the current government is building its own alternate reality.

NASA data shows climate change is threatening more glaciers than we thought

Ice might be melting much faster than we thought.

Greenhouse gas emissions have already peaked in 49 countries, but it’s still not good news

This is no time to pat ourselves on the back, researchers warn.

The science behind the different colours of autumn leaves

What makes the rainbow of colours?

Rare trees safeguard biodiveristy, new research finds

Nature meets computer models.

Unless coal is phased out by 2050, Antarctica’s melting ice sheet could drive a massive surge in sea level rise

Some countries are already planning to phase out coal by 2030 but it’s not enough.

Scars left by glaciers show Antarctic ice retreat

Something similar might happen again soon.

Italy announces plans to completely phase out coal by 2025

Italy joins several other European countries in announcing a clear end date of coal power.

Surprise! Albatrosses eat quite a lot of jellyfish

Not many animals eat jellyfish because they are mostly made of water, but they are starting to take over the oceans.

E.P.A. removes climate science sections from its website

The EPA could be called a captive agency.

What Will Earth’s Climate Look Like by 2050?

Spoiler alert: it won’t be nice.

Trump’s pick to run environmental office says CO2 is good for us, renewable energy is ‘parasitic’

The clouds over the White House loom darker and darker.

NASA observatory highlights the importance of studying CO2 on Earth: it’s connected to everything

Groundbreaking data allows us to study carbon dioxide in unprecedented detail.

First ‘negative emissions plant’ that turns ambient CO2 into stone switches on in Iceland

This is still experimental technology but in the future it could prove to be a lifeline.

White House nominates Barry Myers to lead the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

He brings relevant expertise to the table, but also possible conflicts of interest.

Losing Nemo: Climate change threatens the colorful clownfish

Instead of finding, we’re losing Nemo :(

Human activity is destroying the ozone layer — again

The ozone layer recovery could be delayed by as many as 30 years by rising industrial pollutants.

Gaping hole larger than the Netherlands opens up in icy sea off Antarctica

Scientists caution that it’s too early to involve climate change in this instance.