Miami’s Close Call with Irma May Make Climate-Blind Real-Estate Developers More Reckless
The American economy’s presumed self-healing power is a reassuring trope.
Paul Cox and Stan Cox
Antarctica’s Disintegration Could Actually Lead to a Hollywood Disaster Scenario
When movies become reality.
Floridians Wonder How President-Elect Trump Will Deal With Their Rising Seas
Florida chose climate-change skeptic Donald Trump as their presidential candidate, but the threat of climate change is already a reality in parts of the state.
How a Volcanic Eruption Kept Rising Oceans at Bay
New simulations find that Mount Pinatubo's massive eruption in 1991 has masked accelerating global sea level rise.
The VICE Morning Bulletin
This morning, it's revealed America's weapons exports make up a third of the world's arms trade, sea levels are rising at their fastest rate in 2,800 years, the Nation of Islam promises to protect Beyonce, and more.
I Went Down the Rabbit Hole of a Fake Climate Change-Themed Real Estate Firm
A hoax with a message.
How to Lead a Nation That Will Be Swallowed by the Sea
The president of low-lying Kiribati has spent nearly a decade trying to save his people from rising sea levels. There’s a good chance he will not succeed. This is how he leads a nation that will likely not exist in 100 years.
All the Ways Birds Are Getting Screwed by Climate Change
Rising sea levels, food shortages, disease and more.
This Simulation Shows the Future of Climate Change for Antarctic Ice Sheets
Researchers used high-res, large-scale computer modelling to estimate ice loss and rise in sea-levels in the West Antarctic.
Reducing Black Carbon and Other Short-Lived Climate Pollutants Could Reduce Sea Level Rise by a Third
But that's bad news for the world's air conditioning addiction.
US Accountants Finally Realized Climate Change Is a “High Risk” to the Government's Fiscal Health
Perhaps the unusually strong frankenstorm Sandy smashed into the East Coast, costing the government $50 billion to clean up, and something clicked—this must be what all those scientists and economists mean when they talk about the future costs of...