The planet continues to heat up.
Long story short: it’s still bad.
Counterintuitive — yes. Disproving global warming? Not in the slightest.
Climate change is exposing plant life that’s been preserved by the ice cap for thousands of years.
The change can only come from civil society, researchers urge.
Possible? Yes. Is it realistic? Not really. Should we try anyway? Hell yes!
Countries need to account for health in all cost-benefit analyses of climate change mitigation.
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.
Ocean life is in bigger trouble than we thought.
But if they were made aware of the fact, they might change their mind.
Since the early 20th century, Earth’s axis has shifted by more than 10 meters.
Talk about irony.
Well, well — who would have guessed.
Our forefathers left behind an ominous warning for us — and we’d best heed it. Otherwise, we can start carving our own years into the rocks.
Have you noticed summers getting hotter and hotter?
There’s a particular irony to this situation.
This might just work.
As if climate change didn’t bring enough problems.
I’m not saying it’s climate change, but it definitely quacks like climate change.
There’s a metaphor here, and an important lesson for ourselves.