Last year, world leaders gathered in Paris for a UN summit which could be decisive in humanity’s history.
No pat on the back for this one.
They’ve collected staggering amounts of data.
There may have been a bang.
The planet is on fire.
When everyone is silent, nothing gets done.
The landmark Paris climate agreement has become an official agreement, fulfilling the necessary condition: over 55 countries covering over 55% of global emissions have ratified it.
While many officials are celebrating the climate agreement reached in Paris, the world is still massively heating up.
A new huge source of carbon emissions has been confirmed by scientists.
We’ll have some explaining to do when our kids grow up.
The more data we have, the better we’ll be able to forecast potentially catastrophic global warming.
This week, New York is the world’s capital for climate action.
Partisan belief is promoting anti-science views which might cost us all dearly.
Rats have their part of the blame, but climate change is the main threat.
Scientists showed that consistent global warming started in the 1830s.
The consequences are not known at the moment.
We’ve become very cynical. “Hottest year? Doh!”
Developing countries, yet again, will be the most vulnerable in the face of such risks.
DiCaprio absolutely killed it — and we now have the numbers to prove it.
The main cause lies in the lack of available data from the Arctic.