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Energy Development Wins When It's Pitted Against Endangered Species
Energy Development Wins When It's Pitted Against Endangered Species
by InnerSelf Staff
Widespread species decline at the hands of humans is a powerful tale. According to the International Union for…
White People Create More Air Pollution, But Breathe In Less
White People Create More Air Pollution, But Breathe In Less
by University of Washington News Staff
Black and Hispanic Americans are exposed to higher amounts of air pollution that non-Hispanic white Americans generate,…
Pseudoscience Is Taking Over Social Media And Putting Us All At Risk
Pseudoscience Is Taking Over Social Media And Putting Us All At Risk
by InnerSelf Staff
Search for “climate change” on YouTube and before long you’ll likely find a video that denies it exists.
Why Canada’s Political System Makes It Difficult To Fight Floods
Why Canada’s Political System Makes It Difficult To Fight Floods
by Korey Pasch and Glenn McGillivray
Floods are some of the most damaging weather-related events in Canada, occurring so frequently that they’re the most…
Why Science Needs The Humanities To Solve Climate Change
Why Science Needs The Humanities To Solve Climate Change
by Steven D. Allison and Tyrus Miller
Large wildfires in the Arctic and intense heat waves in Europe are just the latest evidence that climate change is…
Only A Climate Revolution Can Cool The World
Only A Climate Revolution Can Cool The World
by Paul Brown
An academic book on fossil fuel consumption reaches a startling conclusion: only a climate revolution can force…
Climate Crisis Denial: Donald Trump Mimics Criminal Behavior When Justifying His Stance
Climate Crisis Denial: Donald Trump Mimics Criminal Behavior When Justifying His Stance
by Ruth McKie
While much of the world now recognises the need for immediate action, there are still those who question the scientific…
Scientists Urge UN to Add Environmental Destruction to Geneva Conventions List of War Crimes
Scientists Urge UN to Add Environmental Destruction to Geneva Conventions List of War Crimes
by Jessica Corbett
Despite calls for a fifth convention two decades ago, military conflict continues to destroy megafauna, push species to…

LATEST VIDEOS

A Climate Reckoning In The Heartland
by CBS News
"A historic flood in March 2019 left much of America's heartland under water. Partiularly hard-hit were Midwestern…
What Would Happen If Antarctica Melted?
by Put Put 1
"What Would Happen If Antarctica Melted?
Dr. Peter Wadhams: Arctic Research & the Methane Risk
by UPFSI
Peter Wadhams is back on ScientistsWarning.TV with a comprehensive analysis of the reticent approach that part of the…
As Temperatures Soar, A ‘Heat Dome’ Is Coming To The Arctic
by PBS NewsHour
After Europe experienced record-breaking temperatures this month, climate scientists are now concerned that a heat wave…
Why Science Needs The Humanities To Solve Climate Change
Why Science Needs The Humanities To Solve Climate Change
by Steven D. Allison and Tyrus Miller
Large wildfires in the Arctic and intense heat waves in Europe are just the latest evidence that climate change is…
How 2030 is the new 2100: Global Food Yields Already Dropping from Abrupt Climate Change
by Paul Beckwith
2030 is the new 2100. Climate change is ALREADY reducing global food yields TODAY, with an average 1% annual reduction…
Why The US Has No High-Speed Rail
by CNBC
China has the world’s fastest and largest high-speed rail network — more than 19,000 miles, the vast majority of which…
Extreme Weather Caused By Climate Change Has Damaged 45% Of Australia's Coastal Habitat
Extreme Weather Caused By Climate Change Has Damaged 45% Of Australia's Coastal Habitat
by Russ Babcock, et al
If you think climate change is only gradually affecting our natural systems, think again.

LATEST ARTICLES

IPCC's Land Report Shows The Problem With Farming Based Around Oil, Not Soil
IPCC's Land Report Shows The Problem With Farming Based Around Oil, Not Soil
by Anna Krzywoszynska
The word “climate” makes most of us look up to the sky – however, the IPCC’s new special report on climate change and…
Climate Change Will Mean More Multiyear Snow Droughts In The West
Climate Change Will Mean More Multiyear Snow Droughts In The West
by Adrienne Marshall
As an environmental scientist, I’ve done plenty of hiking in the western U.S. – always with a map, water bottle and…
European Union Helped To Cool 2003 Heatwave
European Union Helped To Cool 2003 Heatwave
by Tim Radford
Small local changes make a big difference as the temperature soars. And the European Union’s existence once cooled a…
Balkan Water Reserves May Soon Run Short
Balkan Water Reserves May Soon Run Short
by Kieran Cooke
South-east Europe faces problems in the next decade as Balkan water reserves are expected to falter, imperilling…
Climate-driven Extreme Weather Is Threatening Old Bridges With Collapse
Climate-driven Extreme Weather Is Threatening Old Bridges With Collapse
by Maria Pregnolato and Elizabeth Lewis,
The recent collapse of a bridge in Grinton, North Yorkshire, raises lots of questions about how prepared we are for…
Giant Sandscaping Plan To Save Norfolk Coast Will Only Put Off The Inevitable
Giant Sandscaping Plan To Save Norfolk Coast Will Only Put Off The Inevitable
by Sally Brown
This summer, the UK’s Norfolk coast is undergoing a transformation that has only been seen once in the world before.
Can We Really Restore Or Protect Natural Habitats To Offset Those We Destroy?
Can We Really Restore Or Protect Natural Habitats To Offset Those We Destroy?
by Sophus zu Ermgassen and Joseph William Bull
In the forests of northern Sweden, a major train line cuts through land originally protected for migratory birds – so…
Wicked Problems and How To Solve Them
by Ana Carolina de Almeida Kumlien and Paul Coughlan
Wicked problems are issues so complex and dependent on so many factors that it is hard to grasp what exactly the…