A Slow-Motion Climate Disaster: The Spread of Barren Land

Brazil’s northeast, long a victim of droughts, is now effectively turning into a desert. The cause? Climate change and the landowners who are most affected.

It Hasn’t Snowed In Denver Yet This Winter (Or Fall)

Yes, that’s a first for the Colorado capital since record-keeping began.

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Shell Pulls Out of Cambo Oil Field Targeted by Climate Activists

The field, known as Cambo and seen as a bellwether for Britain’s North Sea energy industry, awaits a government decision before it can be developed.

Shell pulls out of a U.K. oil field targeted by climate activists.

The field, known as Cambo and seen as a bellwether for Britain’s North Sea energy industry, awaits a government decision before it can be developed.

Killer Whales Find Prey Bonanza in Melting Arctic

Audio recordings in Arctic seas show orcas in waters that were once blocked by ice, and the effects are being felt up and down the food chain.

Melting Arctic Is a Bonanza for the Ocean’s Natural Born Killers

Audio recordings in Arctic seas show orcas in waters that were once blocked by ice, and the effects are being felt up and down the food chain.

Alaska’s arctic waters appear poised for dangerous algal blooms

Europe met a climate target. But is it burning less carbon?

Rain could replace snow in Arctic decades faster than previously thought

It Hasn’t Snowed In Denver Yet This Winter (Or Fall)

Yes, that’s a first for the Colorado capital since record-keeping began.