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Dr. Peter Wadhams: Arctic Research & the Methane Risk
by UPFSI
Peter Wadhams is back on ScientistsWarning.TV with a comprehensive analysis of the reticent approach that part of the…
How Permaculture Is Helping Wildfire Survivors Recover
How Permaculture Is Helping Wildfire Survivors Recover
by Dani Burlison
On a bright spring afternoon in late April, roughly 75 people gathered at the first Camp Fire restoration weekend at a…
White People Create More Air Pollution, But Breathe In Less
White People Create More Air Pollution, But Breathe In Less
by University of Washington News Staff
Black and Hispanic Americans are exposed to higher amounts of air pollution that non-Hispanic white Americans generate,…
New Climate Change Report Underscores The Need To Manage Land For The Short And Long Term
New Climate Change Report Underscores The Need To Manage Land For The Short And Long Term
by Chris E. Forest
In its latest report, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change describes how agriculture, deforestation, and other…
Green Growth Is Trusted To Fix Climate Change – Here’s The Problem With That
Green Growth Is Trusted To Fix Climate Change – Here’s The Problem With That
by InnerSelf Staff
You may have missed it, but a recent report declared that the main strategy of world leaders for tackling climate…
Heatwaves And Flash Floods: Yes, This Is Britain's New Normal
Heatwaves And Flash Floods: Yes, This Is Britain's New Normal
by Hayley J. Fowler
“It’s hard to believe, isn’t it, that we had a heatwave just last week?” Those words were spoken by a BBC news…
A Climate Reckoning In The Heartland
by CBS News
"A historic flood in March 2019 left much of America's heartland under water. Partiularly hard-hit were Midwestern…
Nuclear Becomes Latest Round In Energy Wars
Nuclear Becomes Latest Round In Energy Wars
by Michelle Grattan
The government has formally reopened the highly contentious debate on nuclear power by referring the issue to a…

LATEST VIDEOS

Why Marianne Williamson's Candidacy for President Is Important
Why Marianne Williamson's Candidacy for President Is Important
How do you know something exists if you never hear about it? How do you know about the truth, which is often "the other…
Would You Eat Meat Grown From Cells In A Laboratory? Here's How It Works
Would You Eat Meat Grown From Cells In A Laboratory? Here's How It Works
by Leigh Ackland
For many of us, eating a meal containing meat is a normal part of daily life. But if we dig deeper, some sobering…
Climate System “Getting Unhinged” as Massive Heat Wave Causes Record Melting of Greenland Ice Sheet
by Democracy Now!
The massive heat dome that shattered all-time temperature records across much of Europe last week has settled in over…
Why We're Heading For A Climate Catastrophe
by BBC Newsnight
Scientists say the world is completely off track.
A Climate Reckoning In The Heartland
by CBS News
"A historic flood in March 2019 left much of America's heartland under water. Partiularly hard-hit were Midwestern…
What Would Happen If Antarctica Melted?
by Put Put 1
"What Would Happen If Antarctica Melted?
Dr. Peter Wadhams: Arctic Research & the Methane Risk
by UPFSI
Peter Wadhams is back on ScientistsWarning.TV with a comprehensive analysis of the reticent approach that part of the…
As Temperatures Soar, A ‘Heat Dome’ Is Coming To The Arctic
by PBS NewsHour
After Europe experienced record-breaking temperatures this month, climate scientists are now concerned that a heat wave…

MORE CLIMATE NEWS

Fracking may be a bigger climate problem than we thought
by David Roberts
The mysterious recent spike in methane emissions? It just might be US fracking.
Climate change is a doddle compared with terraforming Mars
by Ian Tucker
Martin Rees is a cosmologist and astrophysicist who has been the astronomer royal since 1995. He is also a co-founder…
Clean Energy At 1 Cent Per Kilowatt-Hour
by Scott Cooney
We need clean energy, and we need it ASAP. There are barriers to getting it done
The Species Act, Endangered: ‘Like a Plan From a Cartoon Villain’
by Global Warming & Climate Change
Under the new rules, “foreseeable future” extends only as far as officials can “reasonably determine” that the future…
Iceland’s Prime Minister: ‘The Ice Is Leaving’
by Global Warming & Climate Change
But if new beauty replaces the old, does the disappearance of these glaciers matter to anyone other than ice-loving…
The EV Connect Cloud Brings Connectivity & Interoperability To EV Charging
by Kyle Field
CEV Connect has been playing in the public EV charging space since 2009 and continues to bring new solutions to the…
How To Start With Sustainable Investing
by Andrea Bertoli
The first thing to note: I’m on the fence about this whole capitalism thing.
How to build a climate-proof home that never floods
by Phil Spencer
Could climate change-resistant homes help solve the housing crisis? The Met Office’s conclusion was unequivocal.
Number of flights taken by officials from department tackling climate crisis soars
by Jillian Ambrose
The Whitehall officials responsible for tackling the climate crisis dramatically increased their domestic flights last…
NOAA Data Confirms July Was Hottest Month Ever Recorded
by Global Warming & Climate Change
Temperature records keep falling as Earth continues to warm, in large part because of human-related emissions of carbon…
Is Grass-Fed Beef Really Better For The Planet? Here's The Science
by Nancy Matsumoto
For the environmentally minded carnivore, meat poses a culinary conundrum.
Subsidies are key to better fertiliser access, study shows
by Global
Subsidies for manufacturing companies could help improve access to fertiliser in developing countries without…
How One Billionaire Could Keep Three Countries Hooked on Coal for Decades
by Global Warming & Climate Change
While Mr. Adani leveraged local politics to beat those headwinds in Australia, the key to success in India was…

EVIDENCE

New Research Shows That Antarctica's Largest Floating Ice Shelf Is Highly Sensitive To Warming Of The Ocean

New Research Shows That Antarctica's Largest Floating Ice Shelf Is Highly Sensitive To Warming Of The Ocean

Dan Lowry
Scientists have long been concerned about the potential collapse of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet and its contribution to global sea level rise.

IMPACT

New Climate Change Report Underscores The Need To Manage Land For The Short And Long Term

New Climate Change Report Underscores The Need To Manage Land For The Short And Long Term

Chris E. Forest
In its latest report, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change describes how agriculture, deforestation, and other human activities have altered 70% of the land on Earth’s surface.

SOLUTIONS

Why Is The Australian Energy Regulator Suing Wind Farms?

Why Is The Australian Energy Regulator Suing Wind Farms?

Samantha Hepburn
The Australian Energy Regulator (AER) is suing four of the wind farms involved in the 2016 South Australian blackout - run by AGL Energy, Neoen Australia, Pacific Hydro, and Tilt Renewables

POLITICS

People Of Color Don’t Get Credit For Climate Concern

People Of Color Don’t Get Credit For Climate Concern

U. Oregon
While their contributions to the climate change movement remain largely unrecognized, people of color are just as concerned—or even more so—as whites, the United States’ majority group, according to new research.

WEATHER

This is What the Climate Crisis Looks Like In New York City

This is What the Climate Crisis Looks Like In New York City

InnerSelf Staff
Looks like New York City declared their climate emergency just in time.

VIDEOS

Why Marianne Williamson's Candidacy for President Is Important

Why Marianne Williamson's Candidacy for President Is Important

How do you know something exists if you never hear about it? How do you know about the truth, which is often "the other side of the coin", if it is never exposed to the light? Perhaps those two questions answer the implied question in the title: Why Marianne…