It’s another piece of evidence documenting the effects of climate change.
Like Cassandra, the priestess cursed to predict the future and not be believed by anyone, James Hansen’s appeal has largely fallen on deaf ears.
Some rare good news.
Well well, here’s a surprising correlation.
Rice is losing proteins, vitamins, and minerals due to rising CO2 in the atmosphere.
Climate change has dangerous and often unforeseeable consequences.
Fighting climate change is as easy as growing some food!
… but if we keep on with the “business as usual” approach, things will be much worse.
Large predators are reclaiming what was rightfully theirs all along.
“Whether the consequences of our choices for ourselves and others are visible immediately or will only materialize in the future, we need to integrate them into our considerations when deciding,” the paper’s abstract reads.
The Mediterranean, one of Europe’s most beautiful areas, will bear the brunt of the damage.
Climate change is already taking a massive toll
These are not the waves we’re looking for.
The science is pretty much settled on this one.
Century-old samples might teach us something new about climate change.
New challenges often require new technology — and the technology is here.
We’re beyond a tipping point, but not all is lost yet.
Melting Arctic ice is already leaving its mark on the oceans.
Beech trees’ range has expanded dramatically, suffocating birch of maple trees.
Another problem caused by climate change.