Katy Perry Makes Video About Climate ChangePop Star and UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Katy Perry recently did a report on man-made climate change.
Maryland, Virgina Score Well on Climate 'Preparedness Report Card'A new report finds Maryland and Virginia are relatively prepared for climate change risks.
Study: 'Day After Tomorrow' Ice Age Could Be Close To RealityClimate scientists warn a collapse of a vital ocean current in the North Atlantic could usher in bitter cold and flooding.
Celebrities, Faith Leaders & Activists Rally for Climate Change ActionFaith leaders, artists and climate change activists rallied on the National Mall while Pope Francis addressed Congress on Thursday.
Pope Francis: 'Climate Change Is A Problem That Can No Longer Be Left To A Future Generation'Pope Francis jumped right into climate change in his first public remarks in the United States, saying that it “can no longer be left to a future generation.”
Group Fasting to Bring Attention to Climate Change Ahead of Pope's VisitA group of people are fasting in downtown D.C. as part of a global movement to bring attention to climate change.
Study: Air Pollution Responsible For Over 3 Million Premature Deaths Each YearResearchers found airborne pollutants can penetrate deep into the lungs, contributing to serious diseases.
Study: Deformed Plankton Fossils May Help Explain Extinction MysteryFossilized plankton showed malformations that are similar to what is observed when modern organisms are exposed to high levels of heavy metals.
Obama Paints Doomsday Scenario If World Doesn't Act On Climate ChangeSubmerged countries, abandoned cities and floods of refugees await the world barring urgent action on climate change, President Barack Obama warned Monday, painting a doomsday scenario as he opened a historic visit to Alaska.
Scientists: Greenland Glacier Loses Massive Chunk Of IceAn area of ice that could cover the Washington Metro area disappeared from a glacier in Greenland.
Environmental Group Warns Humans Have Already Used Up 2015's Natural ResourcesThe Global Footprint Network says Thursday marks the day that humans use up more natural resources than can be replenished in a year.
Study: Glaciers Melting Faster Than EverMeasurements dating back to the 1600s show glaciers are losing ice at a rate faster than ever seen in recorded history.