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Ocean at the Door: New Homes and the Rising Sea
Ocean at the Door: New Homes and the Rising Sea
by Climate Central
Recent housing growth rates are faster in ten-year flood-risk zones in a third of all coastal states. This report was…
French wines show hot dry years are now normal
French Wines Show Hot Dry Years Are Now Normal
by Tim Radford
Records have begun to topple for the world’s finest tipple. French wines can now count 664 years of vintage information…
How Many Americans Believe In Climate Change?
How Many Americans Believe In Climate Change?
by Matthew Houser
Indiana certainly doesn’t look like a state that’s ready to confront climate change. Its former governor, Vice…
Climate Change Underlies Europe’s Rapid Warming
Climate Change Underlies Europe’s Rapid Warming
by Tim Radford
From the edge of the Arctic to almost the Tropic of Cancer, Europe’s rapid warming is evidenced by hotter summers − and…
Canadians In Every Riding Support Climate Action
Canadians In Every Riding Support Climate Action
by Matto Mildenberger and Erick Lachapelle
Canada is gearing up for a big election this fall and climate policy will likely be at the centre of debate.
Why Focusing On Cutting Emissions Alone Won't Halt Ecological Decline
Why Focusing On Cutting Emissions Alone Won't Halt Ecological Decline
by Ian Boyd
Reaching net zero emissions has become the focal point of government efforts to halt climate and ecological breakdown.
Cheap, Tough And Green: Why Aren't More Buildings Made Of Rammed Earth?
Cheap, Tough And Green: Why Aren't More Buildings Made Of Rammed Earth?
by Daniela Ciancio
It’s fair to say that rammed earth, as a construction technique, has stood the test of time.
Why Food Production Must Double Idea By 2050 Is Inaccurate
Why Food Production Must Double Idea By 2050 Is Inaccurate
by Jeff Mulhollem, Penn State
“Food production must double by 2050 to feed the world’s growing population,” is a popular idea, but an inaccurate one,…

LATEST VIDEOS

What if Greenland Melted?
by Atlas Pro
Isostatic rebound isn't expected to be too great over Greenland, and instead is greatest over parts of Canada,…
Can We Terraform the Sahara to Stop Climate Change?
by Real Engineering
Is terraforming the Sahara of the solutions to Stop Climate Change? We'll explore this idea in this video.
Allergens Are On The Rise In Canada's Urban Centres
by CBC News: The National
Canadians across the country say their allergies are getting worse.
Bill Nye And The Climate Crisis
by MSNBC
On a special show before a live studio audience, Bill Nye the science guy discusses the climate crisis with Chris Hayes.
How Greenland's Massive Ice Melt Will Totally Transform The World
by Channel 4 News
Remember that heatwave back in August? Well, the Arctic remembers it too. Record rates of ice melt have been recorded…
China Is Positioned To Lead On Climate Change As The US Rolls Back Its Policies
China Is Positioned To Lead On Climate Change As The US Rolls Back Its Policies
by Kelly Sims Gallagher and Fang Zhang
As the effects of climate change become more widespread and alarming, U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres has…
What Happens When The Permafrost Thaws?
by Official W5
Almost half of Canada sits on permanently frozen land called permafrost, but climate change is causing it to thaw and…
We Are Striking to Disrupt the System: An Hour with 16-Year-Old Climate Activist Greta Thunberg
by Democracy Now!
In her first extended broadcast interview in the United States, we spend the hour with Greta Thunberg, the 16-year-old…

OTHER CLIMATE NEWS

'We're losing the race': UN secretary general calls climate change an 'emergency'
by Mark Hertsgaard
The UN secretary general says that he is counting on public pressure to compel governments to take much stronger action…
BBC Briefing on energy: how do I use it?
by BBC News - Science & Environment
Our dual needs to save the planet and power our modern lives have thrown a spotlight on the way we produce and use…
Trump to Revoke California’s Authority to Set Stricter Auto Emissions Rules
by Global Warming & Climate Change
Opponents of the move noted that weakening California’s authority on emissions is directly at odds with the…
Fighting climate crisis by avoiding meat ignores poor countries' needs
by Vidhi Doshi
A “one-size-fits-all” solution to addressing the climate crisis through our diets could be unhelpful, as how we eat…
UN launches drive to suck back carbon and reverse climate change
by Oliver Milman in New York
A new effort to rally governments and corporations behind technologies that suck greenhouse gases from the atmosphere…
3 Ways Tesla Is Transforming What It Means To Be A Car
by Zachary Shahan
This is a new one and it may seem innocuous. It may just seem like another fun entertainment feature in a Tesla.…
Climate Strike N.Y.C.: 1.1 Million Can Skip School for Protest
by Global Warming & Climate Change
Larger crowds, mostly of high school students, have demonstrated with her on two recent Fridays at the United Nations.
How Long Before These Salmon Are Gone? ‘Maybe 20 Years’
by Global Warming & Climate Change
As they travel, the parrs, or young freshwater salmon, undergo a profound transformation called smoltification,…
Fijian prime minister calls on Australia to be far more ambitious on climate
by Paul Karp
The Fijian prime minister, Frank Bainimarama, has called on Australia to be “far more ambitious” in reducing greenhouse…
Like a sunburn on your lungs: how does the climate crisis impact health?
by Emily Holden in Washington
The climate crisis is making people sicker – worsening illnesses ranging from seasonal allergies to heart and lung…
The world has a third pole – and it's melting quickly
by Gaia Vince
Many moons ago in Tibet, the Second Buddha transformed a fierce nyen (a malevolent mountain demon) into a neri (the…
How Sunday lunch at nan’s led to a vegan’s battle against the climate crisis
by Hannah Partos
In 1991, 17-year-old Alex Lockwood was flipping through the Guardian Weekend magazine in his family’s car, en route to…
Indian Hydro Power Generator Floats 2 Gigawatt Solar Tender
by Saurabh
India’s largest hydro power generation company has issued one of the largest-ever solar power tenders in the country’s…

EVIDENCE

Why Carbon Dioxide Has Such Outsized Influence On Earth's Climate

Why Carbon Dioxide Has Such Outsized Influence On Earth's Climate

Jason West
I am often asked how carbon dioxide can have an important effect on global climate when its concentration is so small – just 0.041% of Earth’s atmosphere.

IMPACT

How The World Is Turning Tropical Before Our Eyes

How The World Is Turning Tropical Before Our Eyes

Sandra Harding
More than 2000 years ago, the Greek philosopher Aristotle declared that there were three zones of the world – the Frigid Zone, the Temperate Zone and the Torrid Zone – and only one of these, the Temperate Zone, was a place where civilised human beings could…

SOLUTIONS

Clean, Green Machines: The Truth About Electric Vehicle Emissions

Clean, Green Machines: The Truth About Electric Vehicle Emissions

Jake Whitehead
Despite the overwhelming evidence that electric vehicle technology can deliver significant economic, environmental and health benefits, misinformation continues to muddy the public debate in Australia.

POLITICS

China Is Positioned To Lead On Climate Change As The US Rolls Back Its Policies

China Is Positioned To Lead On Climate Change As The US Rolls Back Its Policies

Kelly Sims Gallagher and Fang Zhang
As the effects of climate change become more widespread and alarming, U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres has called on nations to step up their plans for cutting greenhouse gas emissions.

WEATHER

Roiled By Trump Politics, NOAA Seeks Accountability, Atonement

MSNBC
Rachel Maddow reports on the backlash within the weather science community over an unsigned statement from NOAA supporting Donald Trump's false claims about the path of Hurricane Dorian

VIDEOS

What if Greenland Melted?

Atlas Pro
Isostatic rebound isn't expected to be too great over Greenland, and instead is greatest over parts of Canada, Scandinavia, and Antarctica, so I didn't include it.