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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…
Donald Trump USDA Climate Science Quash Squanders US Science Leadership
Donald Trump USDA Climate Science Quash Squanders US Science Leadership
by MSNBC
Rachel Maddow looks at the history of scientific excellence and global leadership by the USDA and how the agency's…
Ancient water saving can help modern Peru
Ancient water saving can help modern Peru
by Paul Brown
Ancient water-saving methods may help Lima, Peru’s capital, through its water crisis, caused by climate change and…
Super-Hurricanes & Cyclones
by David Keellings, Radio Ecoshock
Atmosphere specialist David Keellings on the new age of super-hurricane/cyclones. On September 20th, 2017…
How To Fight Wildfires And Climate Change With Wetlands
How To Fight Wildfires And Climate Change With Wetlands
by Mike Waddington and Sophie Wilkinson
As unlikely as it may sound, a new approach for fighting the destruction of wildfires in Canada’s boreal region may lie…
Climate crisis needs radical food changes
Climate Crisis Needs Radical Food Changes
by Tim Radford
From farm to fork, agriculture fuels global heating. Can the world eat well, but stay a little cooler? That will need…
Climate Change Should Be Part Of Regular Savings And Investment Decisions
Climate Change Should Be Part Of Regular Savings And Investment Decisions
by Tiff Macklem
As a member of the Expert Panel on Sustainable Finance, we recently published our final report on mobilizing financial…
From Shark Bay Seagrass To Stone Age Scotland, We Can Now Assess Climate Risks To World Heritage
From Shark Bay Seagrass To Stone Age Scotland, We Can Now Assess Climate Risks To World Heritage
by Scott Heron and Jon C. Day
Climate change is the fastest-growing global threat to World Heritage. However, no systematic approach to assess the…

LATEST VIDEOS

5 Ways To Be A Responsible Wildlife Tourist
5 Ways To Be A Responsible Wildlife Tourist
by Tracie McKinney
Imagine walking through a lush tropical forest. You hear a rustle overhead, and a half-eaten fruit plops onto the…
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…

MORE CLIMATE NEWS

Poorest children at risk as global vaccination rates stall
by Global
Global vaccination rates for the most common childhood diseases have stalled and remain far from the 95 per cent needed…
Extinction Rebellion activists target east London concrete plant
by Amy Walker
Several Extinction Rebellion activists have been arrested after chaining themselves to the entrance of a concrete…
How to Stay Financially Stable When the World Might Be Falling Apart
by Global Warming & Climate Change
Unfortunately, rising markets aren’t necessarily great indicators of a healthy economy.
‘Toxic Stew’ Stirred Up by Disasters Poses Long-Term Danger, New Findings Show
by Global Warming & Climate Change
That research showed the severity of health effects linked to exposure to dust from the towers, which included heavy…
India’s Terrifying Water Crisis
by Global Warming & Climate Change
Indian government’s move toward more desalination plants — Chennai has just begun construction on its third in less…
Greens Are the New Hope for Europe’s Center. For the Far Right, They’re Enemy No. 1.
by Global Warming & Climate Change
But the Greens have been expanding their support. The party won one in five votes in the European elections. They were…
‘Human beings have really big problems ahead’
by Tim Adams
Eventually, even the most intrepid adventurer has to come home. In the past 20 years Bruce Parry has been initiated,…
The five: genetic fixes for the climate crisis
by Dani Ellenby
Last week, scientists from the University of Texas identified a gene in a species of coral that is activated when coral…
People in Coal Country Worry About the Climate, Too
by Global Warming & Climate Change
She leads an organization that has been working with communities since 1994 to shift away from their dependence on…
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…

EVIDENCE

How Solar Heat Drives Rapid Melting Of Parts Of Antarctica's Largest Ice Shelf

How Solar Heat Drives Rapid Melting Of Parts Of Antarctica's Largest Ice Shelf

Craig Stewart
The ocean that surrounds Antarctica plays a crucial role in regulating the mass balance of the continent’s ice cover.

IMPACT

It's Time To Wake Up To The Devastating Impact Flying Has On The Environment

It's Time To Wake Up To The Devastating Impact Flying Has On The Environment

Roger Tyers
While in many countries new cars, domestic appliances, and even houses now have mandatory energy efficiency disclosures, air travel’s carbon footprint is largely invisible, despite it being relatively much bigger.

SOLUTIONS

5 Ways To Be A Responsible Wildlife Tourist

5 Ways To Be A Responsible Wildlife Tourist

Tracie McKinney
Imagine walking through a lush tropical forest. You hear a rustle overhead, and a half-eaten fruit plops onto the trail. You lock eyes with a howler monkey, before he gives a soft grunt and moves higher into the trees. These magical, fleeting connections with…

POLITICS

What Does The Dutch Court Ruling On Climate Targets Mean For Australia?

What Does The Dutch Court Ruling On Climate Targets Mean For Australia?

Katherine Lake
In a landmark ruling, The Hague District Court has ordered the Netherlands government to take more action to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions.

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

5 Ways To Be A Responsible Wildlife Tourist

5 Ways To Be A Responsible Wildlife Tourist

Tracie McKinney
Imagine walking through a lush tropical forest. You hear a rustle overhead, and a half-eaten fruit plops onto the trail. You lock eyes with a howler monkey, before he gives a soft grunt and moves higher into the trees. These magical, fleeting connections with…