Earth seen from space (NASA)

NASA tech brings climate science down to Earth

More than 160 satellites beam data to scientists studying climate worldwide. Political leaders can base climate decisions on science rather than theory.
People riding their bikes over Portland's Tilikum Crossing bridge (© AP Images)

On this day in May, many commuters will start cycling to...

Grab your bike and leave your car keys at home! Taking part in the annual "Bike to Work Day" not only boosts your health, but also improves the environment.

Say “no” to soot

Black soot produced by carbon-based fuels is falling on the Arctic Ocean, absorbing heat and accelerating melting. Arctic nations want to reduce soot.
Taxis in flooded parking lot (AP Images)video

President Obama needs your help fighting climate change [video]

https://youtu.be/rApkeiwcGng We’re the first generation to experience the alarming effects of a rapidly changing climate: intense rains and severe droughts, warmer oceans and melting glaciers....
An iceberg in Greenland (© AP Images)

Signing the Paris agreement is a big step toward tackling climate...

Many countries have signed and some have gone further to "join" the Paris agreement to slow climate change — so what's next?
Heat map of the Earth (NASA)video

Climate change is speeding up. Watch the planet’s temperature rise. [video]

This time-lapse map makes it clear that our planet is rapidly getting warmer. Nine of the Earth’s warmest years since 1880 have occurred after...
Close-up image of melting glacier (© AP Images)

No plan for climate change? Risky investment, agencies say.

Even before nearly 200 countries reached the historic Paris climate agreement in 2015, credit rating agencies had been evaluating companies' climate risk.

At ground zero for climate change, traditions and livelihoods hang in...

People across the Arctic are facing extreme weather, unpredictable hunting seasons, unstable ice and other effects of global warming. What can they do?
President Obama with virtual reality goggles (White House / Pete Souza)

Experience Yosemite in virtual reality with President Obama

President Obama is the first sitting U.S. president to project himself into virtual reality with a 360-degree representation of Yosemite National Park.