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MOST READ

Peatlands Critical In Climate Change Fight
by National Geographic
Peatlands lock in more carbon than forests—and a new mapping effort suggests that the Democratic Republic of Congo’s…
Climate In Crisis: How To Save A Glacier
by NBC News
Across the world, more than 300 billion tons of glacier ice melts annually, accounting for about a third of the rise in…
Bill Nye On How To Make The Climate Better
by MSNBC
Bill Nye talks to MSNBC hosts at the Global Citizen Festival 2019 about the dire climate crisis and what global…
Rugby Stars Are Losing Their Pacific Islands
Rugby Stars Are Losing Their Pacific Islands
by Kieran Cooke
Whatever happens on the pitches, rugby stars from the Pacific islands face a battle back home to save their ancestral…
The Displaced: Climate Change In Vietnam Destroying Family Life
by BBC News
Vietnam is one of the world’s most vulnerable countries to climate change.
Why Phenology Is Key In Tracking Climate Change
Why Phenology Is Key In Tracking Climate Change
by Jennifer Fitchett
Phenology is the timing of annually recurrent biological events. These include the timing of spring blossoming, fruit…
After Greta Thunberg's Un Address, An Ethicist Weighs In On Our Moral Failure To Act On Climate Change
After Greta Thunberg's UN Address, An Ethicist Weighs In On Our Moral Failure To Act On Climate Change
by Monique Deveaux
In her address to the United Nations, Greta Thunberg charged adults with unforgivable moral failure. By failing to…
Rising Sea Levels Could Swamp U.S. Coasts, Threaten Millions
by MSNBC
An issue that should concern everyone on this planet is rising sea levels. Columbia University Associate Professor…

LATEST VIDEOS

Emergency Medicine For Our Climate Fever
by Kelly Wanser
As we recklessly warm the planet by pumping greenhouse gases into the atmosphere, some industrial emissions also…
What Extinction Rebellion climate activists are demanding from governments
by Democracy Now!
More than 700 climate activists were arrested in 60 cities worldwide in a global effort aimed at urging governments to…
Can Nature Repair The Planet From Climate Change?
by The Economist
A closer look at one of the most familiar responses offered to the climate crisis.
How Climate Change Is Threatening Homes In Mumbai
by South China Morning Post
Lowland cities and islands such as the Indian city of Mumbai may face increasingly frequent floods and storms
This is Not A Drill: 700+ Arrested as Extinction Rebellion Fights Climate Crisis With Direct Action
by Democracy Now!
More than 700 people have been arrested in civil disobedience actions as the group Extinction Rebellion kicked off two…
Europe's Most Iconic Mountain Is A Climate Change Warning
by ABC News
ABC News' James Longman reports from Mont Blanc, where a glacier on the Italian side of the mountain is breaking apart…
Something Drastic Has To Happen - Roger Hallam
by Extinction Rebellion
Roger Hallam talks with Stephen Sackur from BBC HardTalk about the need to ACT NOW.
Three Steps to Cut Your Carbon Footprint 60% Today
by TEDx Talks
Not all carbon is created equal. Writer Jackson Carpenter argues that the power to stop climate change rests on…

OTHER CLIMATE NEWS

Extinction Rebellion activists arrested at Bank of England protest
by Damien Gayle and Matthew Taylor
Dozens of protesters, including a 77-year-old rabbi, have been arrested while blocking traffic in London’s financial…
Green Business, Energy Efficiency, Apocaloptimist, & Tesla — CleanTech Talk with Scott Cooney
by Winter Wilson
In this episode of our CleanTech Talk podcast interview series, Zach Shahan sits down with Scott Cooney, primary owner…
Turning Off the Lights in California
by Global Warming & Climate Change
This past spring, California’s new governor, Gavin Newsom, asked me just how high the price of electric service might…
A recession is coming. When it does, we need to demand a Green New Deal
by Yanis Varoufakis and David Adler
American carnage and Brexit collapse, detention camps and environmental breakdown – the daily barrage of bad news makes…
Revealed: Google made large contributions to climate change deniers
by Stephanie Kirchgaessner
Google helps bankroll more than a dozen organisations that have pushed against moves to stop climate change.
‘They should be allowed to cry’: Ecological disaster taking toll on scientists’ mental health
by Phoebe Weston
‘We’re documenting destruction of world’s most beautiful ecosystems, it’s impossible to be detached’
Firms ignoring climate crisis will go bankrupt, says Mark Carney
by Damian Carrington Environment editor
Companies and industries that are not moving towards zero-carbon emissions will be punished by investors and go…
From Rajasthan To Mexico: Why Gender Matters At The Heart Of The Energy Transition
by The Beam
In 2013, the climate negotiations (COP19) culminated with a promising consensus for women across the world: gender was…
BA’s early dive into carbon offsetting gives it an edge in the climate PR battle
by Guardian Staff
The pledge by International Airlines Group (IAG), the owner of British Airways, to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050…
Tesla Needs To Come To India
by Guest Contributor
April 2016, having seen the Tesla Model 3 being revealed by Elon Musk via the live stream, I was tempted to reserve one…
Fire, Floods and Power Outages: Our Climate Future Has Arrived
by Global Warming & Climate Change
People keep asking: Is it too late? Yes, in some sense it is. What the events in California and Miami and Houston tell…
Can Mayors Save the World From Climate Change?
by Global Warming & Climate Change
“There are a lot of challenges with people saying this is all crap or we don’t know if you’re right or not,” said Mayor…
Jane Fonda Arrested During Climate Protest Outside U.S. Capitol
by Global Warming & Climate Change
She had been active in the Black Panthers and started a vaudeville troupe with the fellow actor Donald Sutherland as an…

EVIDENCE

How Much Of Climate Change Is Natural? How Much Is Man-made?

How Much Of Climate Change Is Natural? How Much Is Man-made?

Mark New
As someone who has been working on climate change detection and its causes for over 20 years I was both surprised and not surprised that I was asked to write on this topic.

IMPACT

Extreme Heatwaves Pose Spreading Threat

Extreme Heatwaves Pose Spreading Threat

Tim Radford
Rising temperatures mean that heatwaves will become hotter, more frequent, last longer and will cover much wider areas.

SOLUTIONS

Design For Flooding: How Cities Can Make Room For Water

Design For Flooding: How Cities Can Make Room For Water

Elisa Palazzo
Science is clearly showing that the world is shifting towards a more unstable climate. Weather events like the flash floods in Sydney last week will be more frequent and extreme, while the intervals between them will become shorter.

POLITICS

Mr. Delay, Mr. Deny And Canada's Precarious Climate Change Future

Mr. Delay, Mr. Deny And Canada's Precarious Climate Change Future

Mark Winfield
During the recent federal leaders’ debate, Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer only distinguished himself on climate issues by earning the title of “Mr. Deny” from Jagmeet Singh, leader of the New Democrats.

WEATHER

A New Blob Is Brewing, And It’s Set To Seriously Impact Marine Life Off B.C.’s Coast

CBC News: The National
A new marine heat wave spreading across a portion of the Pacific Ocean off the coast of British Columbia has so far grown into one of the largest of its kind in the last four decades

VIDEOS

Emergency Medicine For Our Climate Fever

Kelly Wanser
As we recklessly warm the planet by pumping greenhouse gases into the atmosphere, some industrial emissions also produce particles that reflect sunshine back into space, putting a check on global warming that we're only starting to understand.