Tourists looking for sun and sand in Mexican resorts like Cancun, Playa del Carmen and Tulum have been disgusted by foul-smelling mounds of sargassum — a seaweedlike algae — piling up on beaches and turning turquoise waters brown, and experts are warning it may be the new normal.
U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres said yesterday that the political will to fight climate change seems to be fading at the same time things are getting worse for those feeling the effects.
Climate policies in China, Japan and South Korea — three of the world’s largest emitters — could fail to put those nations on track to meet their commitments under the Paris Agreement, according to new research.
Oil and gas firms pushed back last week on California cities’ latest bid to make them pay for the impacts of climate change, holding fast to the notion that their accusers cannot blame the local actions of specific oil companies for damage caused by global emissions.
In the shimmering larch forests of northern China, a strange transformation is taking place. The oldest trees, some of which have stood for at least 400 years, are suddenly growing faster.
Joe Biden’s climate plan has rocked the 2020 presidential field — including, it seems, his own campaign.
The swollen, churning, unrelenting river that’s flooding towns from Minnesota to Louisiana this month is not Mark Twain’s Mississippi River. It’s a new generation of disasters, experts say.
Sarah Archer shows how the kitchen became the colorful nerve center of the modern house.
The first time we reported on the XTI TriFan 600 aircraft was in 2017. Since then, the vertical take-off & landing (VTOL) aircraft has continued to develop and recently concluded its first hover test