In 2015, record temperatures in Antarctica were 17.5°C (63.5°F). Yes, you read that right

Next time you go to Antarctica, pack your shorts.

Climate change has already harmed more than half of all mammals

It’s even worse than we thought.

Scientists want to track ocean heat using magnetic fields

As the Earth heats up, much of the heat sinks into the oceans.

Yes, in case there was any doubt – 2016 was the warmest year on record

In case anyone had any doubts, the year that just ended was the hottest on record.

CO2 trapped in soil is leaking, exacerbating global warming

If the paper is right, then 17 percent more emissions will be released into the atmosphere by 2050.

Why there is no global warming hiatus — new study confirms the obvious

The planet is still warming , and fast.

Not too long ago, Greenland stayed ice-free for 280,000 years

The Vikings were late a million years. Back then this was ‘really’ Greenland.

Highest-living plant discovered more than 6km above sea level in the Himalayas

Hardy little things too.

Just 1C global warming impacts every aspect of life on Earth, new study finds

Things are already bad.

John Kerry: “Above all, consult the scientists”

A heartfelt plea, sometimes said with a breaking voice.

Oil & gas lobby shouldn’t have a full seat at the climate table

The wolves, dining with the sheep.

From Paris to Marrakech: The world is taking steps to curb climate change, but it’s not nearly enough

Last year, world leaders gathered in Paris for a UN summit which could be decisive in humanity’s history.

Another ignoble carbon milestone: in 2015 average CO2 levels crossed 400ppm

No pat on the back for this one.

For the last 18 years, robotic mussels have been watching over our oceans

They’ve collected staggering amounts of data.

Comet collision caused rapid carbon rise in ancient times

There may have been a bang.

Human-driven global warming responsible for half of burned forests in the Western U.S.

The planet is on fire.

Americans are worried about climate change but, paradoxically, aren’t talking about it (and this doesn’t help at all)

When everyone is silent, nothing gets done.

Paris climate agreement enters into force

The landmark Paris climate agreement has become an official agreement, fulfilling the necessary condition: over 55 countries covering over 55% of global emissions have ratified it.

Stop patting yourself on the back for the Paris Agreement, researchers say

While many officials are celebrating the climate agreement reached in Paris, the world is still massively heating up.

Hydropower: not that clean after all. Study finds reservoirs around the world emit as much CO2 as Canada

A new huge source of carbon emissions has been confirmed by scientists.