These are not the waves we’re looking for.
The science is pretty much settled on this one.
We have an amazing amount of diversity on Earth!
Century-old samples might teach us something new about climate change.
Bats provide more than $22 billion of indirect value to farmers by controlling pests. When bats fall, so does our food.
We’re beyond a tipping point, but not all is lost yet.
Melting Arctic ice is already leaving its mark on the oceans.
The Arctic’s getting really hot.
How were they able to hide for so long?
Beech trees’ range has expanded dramatically, suffocating birch of maple trees.
Climate change could cause an ecological break-down.
Another problem caused by climate change.
One of the biggest icebergs in the world has now exposed a potentially alien-like ecosystem.
Sea levels aren’t only rising, they’re doing so at an accelerating rate.
This study is the first evidence of this phenomenon in nature.
Every empire has an apex, it also has a breaking point from which it spirals-down into insignificance.
2016 inches above it but only because of El Niño.
Desperate times call for desperate measures. Geoengineering is not for the faint of heart.
This has the opportunity to foster a newer, simpler, and systematic approach to studying climate.
The delicate maple trees might not survive the warming temperatures forecasted for the end of the century.