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Abrupt Permafrost Thaw - Merritt Turetsky on Radio Ecoshock
by Merritt Turetsky
A faster permafrost thaw means even the worst scenarios underestimated the pace and severity of climate change.
How Did Elephants Evolve Such A Large Brain? Climate Change Is Part Of The Answer
How Did Elephants Evolve Such A Large Brain? Climate Change Is Part Of The Answer
by Julien Benoit and Paul Manger
Elephants have long captivated our attention, partly because of their sheer size and majesty. But we’re also struck by…
The Private Sector, Agriculture And Climate Change. Connecting The Dots
The Private Sector, Agriculture And Climate Change. Connecting The Dots
by Richard J.T. Klein
Agriculture plays a key role in food security in Africa. It is also crucial to the economic sector, accounting for…
What One Person Can Do About Climate Change
by Ella Lagé
What One Person Can Do About Climate Change
What Latest Assessment On Global Warming Means For Southern Africa
What Latest Assessment On Global Warming Means For Southern Africa
by Mark New
The release this week of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC) special report on global warming of…
Climate Change Blamed As Chennai Runs Dry
Climate Change Blamed As Chennai Runs Dry
by Climate News Network
The monsoon’s failure and government mismanagement in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu are being blamed as Chennai runs…
Is Climate Change A Socialist Plot?
Is Climate Change A Socialist Plot?
by David Holmes
In the past year, we have heard from several right-of-centre members of the media-political elite in Australia - some…
Scientists Have Been Drilling Into The Ocean Floor For 50 Years – Here's What They've Found So Far
Scientists Have Been Drilling Into The Ocean Floor For 50 Years – Here's What They've Found So Far
by Suzanne O'Connell
It’s stunning but true that we know more about the surface of the moon than about the Earth’s ocean floor.

LATEST VIDEOS

Climate Change Is Affecting Crop Yields And Reducing Global Food Supplies
Climate Change Is Affecting Crop Yields And Reducing Global Food Supplies
by Deepak Ray
Farmers are used to dealing with weather, but climate change is making it harder by altering temperature and rainfall…
The Arctic Paradox
by Tobias Thorleifsson
Explore Ellesmere Island with Tobias in this talk, as he urges us to protect this arctic environment from the hands of…
Increased Drought Amid Climate Change & Warming
by Kate Marvel, Radio Ecoshock
Columbia/NASA scientist Kate Marvel explains “hyroclimate” as rains and droughts go extreme. When it comes to your…
7 Surprising Results From The Reduction Of Arctic Sea Ice Cover
by David Barber
It is now well known that sea ice in the Arctic has changed in both extent and thickness over the past several decades.
Half-Submerged Trump Head, Says Artist, Designed to Silence Destructive Words and Deeds of US President
Half-Submerged Trump Head, Says Artist, Designed to Silence Destructive Words and Deeds of US President
by Eoin Higgins
"The idea was to gag Trump, to silence him, but he continues to speak."
'The Climate Crisis Doesn't Go on Summer Holiday, And Neither Will We,' Says Greta Thunberg as #FridaysForFuture Returns to the Streets
The Climate Crisis Doesn't Go on Summer Holiday, And Neither Will We, Says Greta Thunberg as #FridaysForFuture Returns to the Streets
by Jessica Corbett
A campaigner in Nigeria adds, "It doesn't matter the course you study nor your age, we need you to join climate…
Anchorage Hits 90 Degrees for First Time in Recorded History
Anchorage Hits 90 Degrees for First Time in Recorded History
by Jake Johnson
"This is unprecedented. I tease people that Anchorage is the coolest city in the country—and climatically that is…
Amazon Deforestation
by BBC News
Brazilian officials have told the BBC that there's been an aggressive increase in deforestation since the election of…

MORE CLIMATE NEWS

Battle for clean air is sending our gardens to new heights
by Harriet Sherwood
When Andrea Carnevali’s son started at St Mary’s Catholic primary school in Chiswick he was alarmed to find that pupils…
E.P.A. Plans to Curtail the Ability of Communities to Oppose Pollution Permits
by Global Warming & Climate Change
“Often the Environmental Appeals Board is just sort of an expensive and time-consuming stop along the way to the court…
Bridging the global divide in science journalism
by Global
Freelance science journalists all over the world face many challenges, but for those of us working in the Global South,…
Don’t panic! We’re doing our bit on climate crisis
by Letters
Michael Barrett calls upon the religions to join with ecologists to take action on climate change as it offers “a…
We were already over 350ppm when I was born
by Jamie Margolin
Climate change is such an overwhelming problem that many people understandably want to keep it separate from other…
Solar energy revives Gaza hospital
by Global
A hospital in the Gaza Strip has become the unlikely location for a new solar power plant, set up to address an energy…
US philanthropists vow to raise millions for climate activists
by Matthew Taylor Environment correspondent
A group of wealthy US philanthropists and investors have donated almost half a million pounds to support the grassroots…
The coal mine that ate Hambacher forest
by BBC News - Science & Environment
More than a third of Germany's electricity is still produced by burning coal - mostly dirty brown lignite - and…
Climate Change Fills Hurricanes With More Rain, Analysis Shows
by Global Warming & Climate Change
Figuring out how to do that is something that researchers are working on, particularly in places that, unlike New…
Climate change: How hot cities could be in 2050
by BBC News - Science & Environment
The climate in Barcelona (right) isn't always a good thing - the city suffered a severe drought in 2008
Kenya's first coal plant construction paused in climate victory | Global development
by Karen McVeigh
Kenya has been urged to halt construction of the country’s first ever coal-powered plant near the coastal town of Lamu
State Dept. Intelligence Analyst Quits to Protest Blocked House Testimony
by Global Warming & Climate Change
A State Department intelligence analyst has resigned in protest after the White House blocked his discussion of climate…
Following the Money That Undermines Climate Science
by Global Warming & Climate Change
But the program for the event, obtained by The New York Times and verified by the Competitive Enterprise Institute,…

EVIDENCE

The Arctic Paradox

Tobias Thorleifsson
Explore Ellesmere Island with Tobias in this talk, as he urges us to protect this arctic environment from the hands of man.

IMPACT

'Sadness, Disgust, Anger': Fear For The Great Barrier Reef Made Climate Change Feel Urgent

Matt Curnock and Scott Heron
Media coverage of mass coral bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef may have been a major tipping point for public concerns around climate change, according to research published today.

SOLUTIONS

Why States And Cities Should Stop Handing Out Billions In Economic Incentives To Companies

Why States And Cities Should Stop Handing Out Billions In Economic Incentives To Companies

Nathan Jensen
U.S. states and cities hand out tens of billions in taxpayer dollars every year to companies as economic incentives.

POLITICS

How Students Grow Their Community Roots And Critical Consciousness

How Students Grow Their Community Roots And Critical Consciousness

Jennifer D. Adams and Pieranna Pieroni
Iris, a high school student in New York City, took a course aimed at preparing public school students for college.

WEATHER

Days Before Hurricane Expected to Hit New Orleans, City Endures 10 Inches of Rain as Mississippi River Swells

Days Before Hurricane Expected to Hit New Orleans, City Endures 10 Inches of Rain as Mississippi River Swells

Eoin Higgins
Overlapping extreme-weather events aren't just a New Orleans problem.

VIDEOS

How Your Diet Contributes To Nutrient Pollution And Dead Zones In Lakes And Bays

How Your Diet Contributes To Nutrient Pollution And Dead Zones In Lakes And Bays

Donald Scavia
Every year in early summer, scientists at universities, research institutions and federal agencies release forecasts for the formation of “dead zones” and harmful algal blooms