We Are All In This Together, One Human Family...
Humanity’s one shared biosphere that makes Earth habitable is collapsing and dying as industrial growth overruns natural ecosystems and climate; as we have utterly failed to embrace our dependence upon each other and nature for our well-being and very survival. It is time to come together as one human family to resist injustice, inequity, violence, and non-sustainability as we create a rich and verdant life for all amidst resurgent natural ecosystems on a living Earth that can last essentially forever...Read more
That’s Not A Photoshopped Sky, Folks - super cell clouds are a type of extreme weather seen in the US, increasingly likely under continued climate change. You don’t want to be under it when it breaks. Welcome to 2017...
Today, the Earth got a little hotter, and a little more crowded.
And the chances of Donald Trump’s family and fortune surviving climate change are small, dwindling daily and irreversibly...
Global warming is replicating conditions that triggered an abrupt sea level rise of several meters in the ocean around Antarctica some 15,000 years ago, warns a study...Read more
This year will be an important one for the Earth's future. Here are eight things to watch...Read more
Am image of the crack in the Larsen C ice shelf, taken in November. Photograph: IceBridge/Nasa
Predicted to be one of the largest break-offs ever recorded, separation of iceberg could trigger breakup of most northern major ice shelf, Larsen C...Read more
A new study finds that global warming will probably cause droughts to set in quicker and be more intense. Photograph: David Gray/REUTERS
Lower water supplies, caused by rising temperatures, is increasing risk of political tensions, Chinese researchers warn...Read more
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Climate change is having a damaging and long-lasting impact on the health of the ocean’s coral reefs, a new study has found...Read more
Burek at her home near Anchorage. Photo: Joshua Corbett
When a creature mysteriously turns up dead in Alaska—be it a sea otter, polar bear, or humpback whale—veterinary pathologist Kathy Burek gets the call. Her necropsies reveal cause of death and causes for concern as climate change frees up new pathogens and other dangers in a vast, thawing north...Read more
A new model simulation of the Gulf Stream System shows a breakdown of the gigantic overturning circulating in the Atlantic after a CO2 doubling...Read more