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A Military Perspective On Climate Change Could Bridge The Gap Between Believers And Doubters
A Military Perspective On Climate Change Could Bridge The Gap Between Believers And Doubters
by Michael Klare
As experts warn that the world is running out of time to head off severe climate change, discussions of what the U.S.…
Revolutionary Change Needed To Stop Unprecedented Global Extinction Crisis
Revolutionary Change Needed To Stop Unprecedented Global Extinction Crisis
by Michelle Lim
Nearly a million species face extinction if we do not fundamentally change our relationship with the natural world,…
Countering Climate Denialism Requires Taking On Right-wing Populism.
Countering Climate Denialism Requires Taking On Right-wing Populism
by Richard Calland
History may in due course record 2019 as the year in which the penny finally dropped about the climate emergency…
Yes, More Carbon Dioxide In The Atmosphere Helps Plants Grow, But It’s No Excuse To Downplay Climate Change
Yes, More Carbon Dioxide In The Atmosphere Helps Plants Grow, But It’s No Excuse To Downplay Climate Change
by Vanessa Haverd, et al
The alarming rate of carbon dioxide flowing into our atmosphere is affecting plant life in interesting ways – but…
How CEOs, Experts And Philosophers See The World's Biggest Risks Differently
How CEOs, Experts And Philosophers See The World's Biggest Risks Differently
by Christopher Michaelson
We live in a world threatened by numerous existential risks that no country or organization can resolve alone, such as…
Reliance On Coal Divides European States
Reliance On Coal Divides European States
by Kieran Cooke
Two European states with a traditional reliance on coal are taking radically different paths as the climate crisis…
Scientists Hate To Say 'I Told You So'. But Australia, You Were Warned
Scientists Hate To Say 'I Told You So'. But Australia, You Were Warned
by Will Steffen
Without a radical change of course on climate change, Australians will struggle to survive on this continent
How To Really Hold Business To Account On Their Carbon Footprint
How To Really Hold Business To Account On Their Carbon Footprint
by Frederik Dahlmann
Many firms and organisations are now working hard to reduce their carbon emissions. And it is not just good public…

LATEST VIDEOS

PBS Nova's Polar Extremes
PBS Nova's Polar Extremes
by PBS
In this two-hour special, renowned paleontologist Kirk Johnson takes us on an epic adventure through time at the polar…
A huge iceberg just broke off West Antarctica’s most endangered glacier
A Huge Iceberg Just Broke Off West Antarctica’s Most Endangered Glacier
by Madeleine Stone
Huge blocks of ice regularly shear away from Antarctica’s ice shelves, but the losses are speeding up.
The Rise Of Solar Power
by CNBC
Solar power is on the rise. You can see the evidence on rooftops and in the desert, where utility-scale solar plants…
World's Largest Batteries: Pumped Storage
by Practical Engineering
The vast majority of our grid-scale storage of electricity uses this clever method.
Hydrogen Fuels Rockets, But What About Power For Daily Life?
Hydrogen Fuels Rockets, But What About Power For Daily Life?
by Zhenguo Huang
Have you ever watched a space shuttle launch? The fuel used to thrust these enormous structures away from Earth’s…
Fossil Fuel Production Plans Could Push Earth off a Climate Cliff
by The Real News Network
The United Nations is beginning its climate summit in Madrid.
Big Rail Spends More on Denying Climate Change than Big Oil
by The Real News Network
A new study concludes that rail is the industry that's injected the most money into climate change denial propaganda…
Did Scientists Get Climate Change Wrong?
by Sabine Hossenfelder
Interview with Prof Tim Palmer from the University of Oxford.

LATEST ARTICLES

Natural Flood Management Would Be Overwhelmed By Britain's Winter Super-floods
Natural Flood Management Would Be Overwhelmed By Britain's Winter Super-floods
by Robert Wilby and Simon Dadson
As large swathes of the UK endure the worst floods in living memory, hearts and minds are rightly focused on protecting…
Keeping The City Cool Isn't Just About Tree Cover – It Calls For A Commons-based Climate Response
Keeping The City Cool Isn't Just About Tree Cover – It Calls For A Commons-based Climate Response
by Abby Mellick Lopes and Cameron Tonkinwise
A recent report by the Greater Sydney Commission singles out urban heat as one of four priority areas given our coming…
Low Flammability Plants Could Help Our Homes Survive Bushfires
Low Flammability Plants Could Help Our Homes Survive Wildfires
by Tim Curran, et al
Destructive wildfires are becoming more common in many parts of the world and are predicted to worsen with climate…
Carbon Pricing May Be Overrated, If History Is Any Indication
Carbon Pricing May Be Overrated, If History Is Any Indication
by Cameron Roberts
A common demand in discussions about climate change is to respect the science. This is appropriate. We should all be…
Here Are 5 Practical Ways Trees Can Help Us Survive Climate Change
Here Are 5 Practical Ways Trees Can Help Us Survive Climate Change
by Gregory Moore
As the brutal reality of climate change dawned this summer, you may have asked yourself a hard question: am I…
A Military Perspective On Climate Change Could Bridge The Gap Between Believers And Doubters
A Military Perspective On Climate Change Could Bridge The Gap Between Believers And Doubters
by Michael Klare
As experts warn that the world is running out of time to head off severe climate change, discussions of what the U.S.…
Nearly 80% Of Australians Affected In Some Way By The Bushfires, New Survey Shows
Nearly 80% Of Australians Affected In Some Way By The Bushfires, New Survey Shows
by Nicholas Biddle, et al
Our research shows the vast majority of Australians were touched in some way by the fires. We asked about eight…
Changing Climate Has Stalled Australian Wheat Yields
Changing Climate Has Stalled Australian Wheat Yields
by Zvi Hochman; David L. Gobbett, and Heidi Horan, CSIRO
Australia’s wheat yields more than trebled during the first 90 years of the 20th century but have stalled since 1990.…