“They are the canary in the coal mine,” warns the lead of a new study that suggests seabirds may soon abandon the Falkland Islands due to climate change.
The Laptev Sea in Siberia is normally an "ice factory," but hasn't frozen yet in October for the first time on record—a dire warning of the effects of climate change.
“I believe that racism persists in our country, but as I explained at the hearing, whether there is ‘systemic racism’ is a public policy question of substantial controversy," she wrote.
The good news is, by cutting our consumption, there's another way.
Usually, a funeral pyre needs wood from at least two fully-grown trees.
A local farming tradition struggles to weather the winds of climate change.
Of all the recent coronavirus restrictions, the introduction of car reduction schemes by some local councils has caused the most dissent.
To fill up the Tonle Sap lake, its river reverses course twice a year. But droughts and dams appear to have stilled the unique phenomenon.
In 2019, 212 environmental defenders were killed worldwide. Of those, 43 were killed in the Philippines.
Markus Rex, an atmospheric scientist at Alfred Wegener Institute in Bremerhaven, warned that the trip revealed a “dying" Arctic ocean.
Geoengineering—a technological approach to tackling climate change—is either a dangerous distraction or our best hope, depending on whom you ask.
The recipients are working towards a future in which biodiversity, sustainability, and profitability go hand in hand.