Our planet has received its fair share of visitors along the years. This one has been hiding under Greenland’s thick ice.
You could hardly imagine more deserving scientists to receive this award.
The planet continues to heat up.
Long story short: it’s still bad.
It’s not good news.
Counterintuitive — yes. Disproving global warming? Not in the slightest.
Scientists have put a number between climate change and storm frequency for the first time.
Climate change is exposing plant life that’s been preserved by the ice cap for thousands of years.
The world’s leading economists are saying we should tax carbon. The politicians say we shouldn’t.
Possible? Yes. Is it realistic? Not really. Should we try anyway? Hell yes!
There’s enough ice in Antarctica to raise sea levels by 60 meters — and it’s now on a slippery slope.
In the Canadian Arctic, mercury isn’t rising only in thermometers.
Well… this is awkward.
If this sounds a bit alarming… it should.
In the past 20 years, Greenland’s ice sheet has been melting at six-fold the rate seen before the Industrial Revolution.
Time, he stressed, is running out.
Green roofs are making a comeback — at least in some parts of the world.
The bottom line: eat more plants!
Soils can store a lot of carbon, but not if temperatures continue to rise.
Regardless of someone’s political affiliation, un-scientific beliefs should be taxed. At the end of the day, science is apolitical, and global warming affects us all — whether we choose to believe in it or not.