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Huge Ecosystems Could Collapse In Less Than 50 Years
Huge Ecosystems Could Collapse In Less Than 50 Years
by John Dearing et al
We know that ecosystems under stress can reach a point where they rapidly collapse into something very different.
To Reach Zero Emissions Government Must Address Hurdles Putting People Off Electric Cars
To Reach Zero Emissions Government Must Address Hurdles Putting People Off Electric Cars
by Swapnesh Masrani
Ambitious targets have been set by the UK and Scottish governments to become net-zero carbon economies by 2050 and 2045…
A Second Us Dust Bowl Would Hit World Food Stocks
A Second Us Dust Bowl Would Hit World Food Stocks
by Tim Radford
When the US Great Plains are hit again by sustained drought, the world’s food stocks will feel the heat.
Why A Better World Needs Better Economics
Why A Better World Needs Better Economics
by David Korten
Science warns us that the 2020s will be humanity’s last opportunity to save itself from a climate catastrophe.
How Plants And Animals Share Response To Climate Change
How Plants And Animals Share Response To Climate Change
by Daniel Stolte
Plants and animals are remarkably similar in their responses to changing environmental conditions across the globe,…
India Finally Takes Climate Crisis Seriously
India Finally Takes Climate Crisis Seriously
by Nivedita Khandekar
With financial losses and a heavy death toll from climate-related disasters constantly rising, India is at last…
Rising Seas: To Keep Humans Safe, Let Nature Shape The Coast
Rising Seas: To Keep Humans Safe, Let Nature Shape The Coast
by Iris Möller
Even under the most conservative climate change scenarios, sea levels 30cm higher than at present seem all but certain…
Why Poorer Suburbs Are More At Risk In Warming Cities
Why Poorer Suburbs Are More At Risk In Warming Cities
by Jason Byrne and Tony Matthews
The many reasons for this include urban densification policies, climate change and social trends such as bigger houses…

LATEST VIDEOS

To Reach Zero Emissions Government Must Address Hurdles Putting People Off Electric Cars
To Reach Zero Emissions Government Must Address Hurdles Putting People Off Electric Cars
by Swapnesh Masrani
Ambitious targets have been set by the UK and Scottish governments to become net-zero carbon economies by 2050 and 2045…
Spring Is Arriving Earlier Across The US, And That's Not Always Good News
Spring Is Arriving Earlier Across The US, And That's Not Always Good News
by Theresa Crimmins
Across much of the United States, a warming climate has advanced the arrival of spring. This year is no exception.
The Last Ice Age Tells Us Why We Need To Care About A 2℃ Change In Temperature
The Last Ice Age Tells Us Why We Need To Care About A 2℃ Change In Temperature
by Alan N Williams, et al
The latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) states that without a substantial decrease…
A Georgia Town Gets Half Of Its Electricity From President Jimmy Carter's Solar Farm
A Georgia Town Gets Half Of Its Electricity From President Jimmy Carter's Solar Farm
by Johnna Crider
Plains, Georgia, is a small town that is just south of Columbus, Macon, and Atlanta and north of Albany. It is the…
Majority of US Adults Believe Climate Change Is Most Important Issue Today
by American Psychological Association
As the effects of climate change become more evident, more than half of U.S. adults (56%) say climate change is the…
How These Three Financial Firms Could Change The Direction Of The Climate Crisis
How These Three Financial Firms Could Change The Direction Of The Climate Crisis
by Mangulina Jan Fichtner, et al
A silent revolution is happening in investing. It is a paradigm shift that will have a profound impact on corporations,…
Investing In Climate Change
by Goldman Sachs
“Top of Mind at Goldman Sachs” Podcast – In this episode, we dig into what may be the most important issue of our time:…
Climate Change: Briefings from Southern Africa
by SABC Digital News
Climate change affects us all, but it can be a confusing business. Three leading South African scientists who have…

OTHER CLIMATE NEWS

Why Have Carbon Dioxide Levels Shot Up More In Recent Decades Than Ever Before?
by Carolyn Fortuna
The levels of the heat-trapping gas called carbon dioxide have gradually risen and fallen during the past 800,000 years…
Off-The-Radar Renewable Energy Explosion After COVID-19 Dust Settles
by Tina Casey
CleaEarlier this week, renewable energy advocates raised the alarm when it became clear that the new $2 trillion…
Covid-19 Brings Out All the Usual Zombies
by Global Warming & Climate Change
True, there are may be some billionaires who imagine that denying the crisis will work to their financial advantage.…
Tackle climate crisis and poverty with zeal of Covid-19 fight, scientists urge
by Fiona Harvey Environment correspondent
Government responses to climate breakdown and to the challenges of poverty and inequality must be changed permanently…
With the climate crisis and coronavirus bearing down on us, the age of disconnection is over
by Tim Hollo
Everything is connected.It’s hard to imagine right now that, just weeks ago, the truism of ecological politics was…
Coronavirus Already Hindering Climate Science, But the Worst Disruptions Are Likely Yet to Come
by Bob Berwyn
Early fallout includes canceled science missions and potential gaps in long-running climate records, while research…
Water Ways: Dutch Lessons For A Changing Coast
by Guest Contributor
The Dutch have mastered water for a millennium. Could their new approach save New Orleans?
Boston's latitude, climate may contribute to coronavirus spread
by Anonymous
While links between temperature, humidity and the spread of coronaviruses have been closely studied in recent weeks, a…
Social Distancing? You Might Be Fighting Climate Change, Too
by Global Warming & Climate Change
Will any of the low-carbon behaviors that people have adopted persist after the crisis passes? Charles Duhigg, the…
Carbon benefits of fast-growing trees have been clearly proven | Letters | Environment
by Paul Brannen
The article based on the RSPB’s recent report (Tree plantations ‘do not help climate’ as timber not used over long…
Heartland Launches Website of Contrarian Climate Science Amid Struggles With Funding and Controversy
by Nicholas Kusnetz
Dogged by layoffs, a problematic spokesperson and an investigation by European journalists, the climate skeptics’…
Alaska judge stalls logging in Tongass National Forest
by Rebecca Beitsch
A U.S. District Court judge in Alaska ruled against the Trump administration late Wednesday, sidelining its plans to…
Climate Change Has Lessons for Fighting the Coronavirus
by Global Warming & Climate Change
Scientists have repeatedly said that global emissions must be reduced by half over the next decade in order to keep…

EVIDENCE

The Oil Shock Of 2020 Appears To Be Here And Why The Pain Could Be Wide And Deep

The Oil Shock Of 2020 Appears To Be Here And Why The Pain Could Be Wide And Deep

Scott L. Montgomery
The world is again undergoing an oil shock. Prices, already on a downward trend, have collapsed 30% in less than a week, bringing the total fall to nearly 50% since highs in early January.

IMPACT

How Plants And Animals Share Response To Climate Change

How Plants And Animals Share Response To Climate Change

Daniel Stolte
Plants and animals are remarkably similar in their responses to changing environmental conditions across the globe, research finds.

SOLUTIONS

Why A Better World Needs Better Economics

Why A Better World Needs Better Economics

David Korten
Science warns us that the 2020s will be humanity’s last opportunity to save itself from a climate catastrophe.

POLITICS

India Finally Takes Climate Crisis Seriously

India Finally Takes Climate Crisis Seriously

Nivedita Khandekar
With financial losses and a heavy death toll from climate-related disasters constantly rising, India is at last focusing on the dangers of global warming.

WEATHER

Dipole: The 'Indian Niño' That Has Brought Devastating Drought To East Africa

Dipole: The 'Indian Niño' That Has Brought Devastating Drought To East Africa

Rob Marchant
A severe drought threatens millions of people in East Africa. Crop harvests are well below normal and the price of food has doubled across much of Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia and nearby countries.

VIDEOS

To Reach Zero Emissions Government Must Address Hurdles Putting People Off Electric Cars

To Reach Zero Emissions Government Must Address Hurdles Putting People Off Electric Cars

Swapnesh Masrani
Ambitious targets have been set by the UK and Scottish governments to become net-zero carbon economies by 2050 and 2045 respectively.