'We are not familiar with any scientific institution with relevant subject matter expertise that has reached a different conclusion,' American Meteorological Society says
'More droughts can lead to less forest, leading to more droughts and so on'
‘Realising that humans have caused 50 to 70 per cent of the decline is not good news’
Rate of global warming changes significantly over past 60 years
‘I do think trust has been eroded to the point that it is becoming a serious issue for our long-term future’
Scott Pruitt's claim contradicts a scientific consensus supported by every major scientific body in the world
Retired professor Richard Lindzen wrote to the US President saying atmospheric carbon dioxide was 'plant food, not poison'
Loss of sea ice could have 'catastrophic' effects on the weather in much of the northern hemisphere and speed up global warming
Scientific departments likely to bear brunt of plans to divert money towards military spending
Activist lawyers put UK companies on notice that legal action could be ‘on the cards’ as environmentalists say oil industry’s ‘entire business model is predicated on extremely dangerous levels of climate change’
Sceptics have long sneered at climate models but one made in the late 1980s has proved remarkably prophetic
'I can’t think of an issue, except perhaps Nato, where if the US simply walks away, it would have such a major negative impact on how we are seen'
Even America’s famous weather-forecasting groundhog Punxsutawney Phil appears confused – predicting six more weeks of winter even though spring had already arrived
Researchers record hottest ever reading on Earth's coldest continent where temperatures usually range between -10C and -60C
Vast amounts of methane are trapped in a layer of the Pacific Ocean stretching from Central America to Hawaii but it could be released if the water is disturbed
Only 'aggressive reductions in the emissions of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere' will help reduce the long-term decline in the amount of water in the once-mighty river, scientists say