Over the weekend, some signs emerged that the Durban summit on climate change could produce a legally binding treaty that would be endorsed by both China and the United States, two of the largest emitters of greenhouse gas and two countries not subject to the 1997 Kyoto protocol, which is expiring.
The warmest weather in half a century means that many European ski resorts are without snow later in the year than any time in recent memory. Some, dedicated skiers are turning to rocks to get their fix.
In Peru, the ascendancy of cooking with local ingredients and flavors has fueled a resurgence in local crops. Couple that with climate change that necessitates hardier plants and all of the sudden the native tubers and grains are becoming popular not only in Peru, but around the world.
In Uganda, the coffee trees are nearly empty — and it's not because of the harvest. A combination of disease, lack of rain and rising temperatures are decimating coffee crops.
Plane tickets through Europe may get more expensive soon, as airlines may start paying for carbon emissions. Some American carriers have called the charges illegal.
Billionaire entrepreneur Richard Branson turns his attention to climate change, enlisting capitalists and entrepreneurs to fight against global warming with the Carbon War Room.
Glaciologists are up in arms about a new map of the world that they think overstates the effects of climate change.
Ancient Andean crops and farming methods are revived as Peruvians struggle to deal with the effects of climate change.
A group of monks from remote Cambodia are protecting their local forests and fighting climate change with Buddhism, not science, as the inspiration.
'The Fate of the World' computer game puts players in charge of saving the planet from the ravages of climate change.