ADAPTATION

How Antarctic Krill Fertilize The Oceans And Even Store Carbon
How Antarctic Krill Fertilize The Oceans And Even Store Carbon
by Emma Cavan, et al
Krill are best known as whale food. But few people realise that these small, shrimp-like creatures…
Plants Thrive In A Complex World By Communicating, Sharing Resources And Transforming Their Environments
Plants Thrive In A Complex World By Communicating, Sharing Resources And…
by Beronda L. Montgomery, Michigan State University
As a species, humans are wired to collaborate. That’s why lockdowns and remote work have felt…
Native Approach To Controlled Burns Has Multiple Benefits
Why The Native Approach To Controlled Burns Has Multiple Benefits
by Rob Jordan
Using traditional techniques as a part of fire suppression could help revitalize American Indian…
How To Keep Buildings Cool Without Air Conditioning
How To Keep Buildings Cool Without Air Conditioning
by Aurore Julien
The warmer it gets, the more people crank up the air conditioning (AC). In fact, AC is booming in…

IMPACT

Polar cod face new threat from Arctic oil pollution
by Kieran Cooke
Already struggling to survive in warming Arctic seas, the polar cod are now at risk from rising oil…
Take Caution: Winter Drownings May Increase As Ice Thins With Climate Change
Take Caution: Winter Drownings May Increase As Ice Thins With Climate…
by Sapna Sharma
Every winter, the ice that forms on lakes, rivers and oceans, supports communities and culture. It…
Rice Bowl Of Malaysia Threatened By Climate Change
by The Star Online
Kedah is known as the country’s “Rice Bowl,” and it is especially suitable for the growing of the…
Sandy Beaches Could Disappear Due To Sea Level Rise By 2100
Half Of World's Sandy Beaches Could Disappear Due To Sea Level Rise By 2100
by Simon Boxall and Abiy S. Kebede
Up to half of the world’s sandy beaches are at risk of disappearing by the end of this century if…

POLITICS

G7 Embraces Climate Action to Drive Equitable Recovery
G7 Embraces Climate Action to Drive Equitable Recovery
by Mitchell Bernard
At Biden’s urging, his G7 counterparts raised the bar on collective climate action, pledging to cut…
Why Uncertainty Can Actually Boost Trust In Climate Science
Why Uncertainty Can Actually Boost Trust In Climate Science
by Melissa De Witte
The more specific climate scientists are about the uncertainties of global warming, the more the…
MSNBC’s Climate Forum 2020 Day 1 and 2
by Robert Jennings, InnerSelf.com
Included here is the complete coverage and some highlights of the Climate Forum 2020 as presented…
People Report The Most Stress About This Climate Worry
People Report The Most Stress About This Climate Worry
by Alexis Blue-University of Arizona
While some people have little anxiety about the Earth’s changing climate, others are experiencing…

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bee and flower pollination
What happens if pollinators and plants drift apart?
by Ensia
Spring typically marks that time when insect pollinators begin the…
Can We Really Walk Away From Empire?
Can We Really Walk Away From Empire?
by Carolyn Baker
I recently had the opportunity to engage in conversation with Guy…
Carbon Dioxide Emissions Fall – But By Accident
Carbon Dioxide Emissions Fall – But By Accident
by Tim Radford
The good news is that carbon dioxide emissions have fallen in line…
How Forests Offer Cool Way To Slow The Pace Of Global Warming
How Forests Offer Cool Way To Slow The Pace Of Global…
by Tim Radford
New global database of trees affirms the need for greater…
How Social Tipping Points Could Limit Global Warming
How Social Tipping Points Could Limit Global Warming
by Alex Lenferna, et al
Achieving the Paris Climate Agreement goal of keeping global warming…
How To Build A City Fit For 50℃ Heatwaves
How To Build A City Fit For 50℃ Heatwaves
by Adrian Pitts
The Persian Gulf is already one of the hottest parts of the world,…
Meet the Man Bringing Cheap Renewable Energy to His Hometown
Meet the Man Bringing Cheap Renewable Energy to His Hometown
by Gabriel Ware, YES! Magazine
“I wanted to bring these projects to the community, so people can see…
Four Climate Strategies That Could Reach Across Partisan Divides
Four Climate Strategies That Could Reach Across Partisan…
by Rebecca Willis
Within the US, climate change is still a divisive issue. In Donald…

EVIDENCE

Study Suggests Fossil Fuel Use Emits Up to 40% More Climate-Heating Methane Than Previously Thought
Study Suggests Fossil Fuel Use Emits Up to 40% More Climate-Heating…
by Jessica Corbett
The lead author said that one positive implication of the research is "if we can reduce our…
'4°C Of Global Warming Is Optimal' – Even Nobel Prize Winners Are Getting Things Catastrophically Wrong
'4°C Of Global Warming Is Optimal' – Even Nobel Prize Winners Are Getting…
by Steve Keen
William Nordhaus was awarded the 2018 Nobel Prize in Economics for “integrating climate change into…
A Stark Climate Warning From The Green Swan
A Stark Climate Warning From The Green Swan
by Kieran Cooke
The green swan brings a clear message from people who should know: bankers say the climate crisis…
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…

WEATHER

Why Expect New Zealand's Temperature To Get Warmer

Why Expect New Zealand's Temperature To Get Warmer

James Renwick, Victoria University of Wellington
How Rain On Other Side Of The Planet Foreshadows California Heat
How Rain On Other Side Of The Planet Foreshadows California Heat
by Kat Kerlin
When heavy rain falls over the Indian Ocean and Southeast Asia and the eastern Pacific Ocean, it is…
Hurricane Season: Vulnerable Countries Will Face Storms On Top Of Coronavirus
Hurricane Season: Vulnerable Countries Will Face Storms On Top Of…
by Anitha Karthik
In just over a month’s time, the US Atlantic hurricane season will begin. This means a series of…
Hurricane Dorian Was Fueled by Climate Change. Why Isn’t the Mainstream…
by Democracy Now!
At least 44 people are dead, and the number is expected to rise dramatically, as the Bahamas…
Winnie, Texas, Hit With Catastrophic Flooding 2 Years After Harvey
by CBS Evening News
Winnie, Texas, was one of the hardest hit areas during Hurricane Harvey two years ago. Now, the…

SOLUTIONS

The Tipping Point
The Tipping Point
by Guest Contributor
Imagine a world where transport is free, air is clean, and streets are quiet. Imagine a world where…
4 Ways To Reduce The Carbon In Your Food Basket
4 Ways To Reduce The Carbon In Your Food Basket
by Luca Panzone and Natasha Auch
How does your food shop affect the planet? Well, think of it like this
Social Distancing Is Making Public Transport Worse For The Environment Than Cars – Here's How To Fix It
Social Distancing Is Making Public Transport Worse For The Environment…
by Thomas Woolley et al.
During lockdown, travel restrictions caused car and public transport use to plummet across the UK.…
Regenerative Agriculture Can Make Farmers Stewards Of The Land Again
Regenerative Agriculture Can Make Farmers Stewards Of The Land Again
by Stephanie Anderson
For years, “sustainable” has been the buzzword in conversations about agriculture.

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