Maybe start saving up?
Things are heating up.
A look at the process which makes life on Earth possible — but may topple our society if taken too far.
“Come to the dark side” the Moon, presumably, told China. China decided to go.
A bad record to set.
In America, every political group comes with its own views on climate change.
100°F isn’t something that puts a smile on your face.
The Arctic’s getting really hot.
Emissions work both ways. Well, worked.
Hot, droughty, floody, deadly.
This is not good news.
We use so much of everything so fast that it’s literally killing the planet.
A tiny algae could spiral out of control with huge consequences.
A research team from University College in London has calculated that in the last five years, the ten biggest cities have increased their climate adaptation spending by a quarter. But they also found that it’s capital, not people, that we’re investing the most to protect. Beyond the moral implications this entails, it also means that poor but highly populated cities and
This Friday, the tiny island nation of Fiji put up a big flag on the map by becoming the first country in the world to ratify the UN climate deal put together last December at the Paris COP21.
According to the Chinese Central Television, China wants to land rover on the far side of the moon, also know as the dark side of the moon, by 2020. This would make it the first nation to land a spacecraft of any sort there. First, the rover will orbit the moon piggy-bagged by the Chang’e 4 spacecraft then later deployed to a launch site. The rover will carry out some scientific missions, but the main goal really is to test China’s space launching capabilities, but also as a show of force. Flex those muscles, sort to speak. Some analysts, however, speak out that there might be more to it, namely a bid for the moon’s resources.