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No Doubt: Humans Responsible for Climate Change, U.N. Panel Finds
The United Nations has analyzed all the data, and in a new report states unequivocally that humans are the primary cause of climate change worldwide...
Scorched Earth Policy: Indian Country Among Climate Hot Spots
Southern and southeastern Asia, western and central Europe, eastern South America and southern Australia are among the regions most vulnerable to climate change on Earth, a new map...
Ice Melt on Steroids: Greenland's Ice Sheet Being Cooked From Above and Below
Is Mother Earth melting from the inside out?...
Mother Earth's Slow Burn: Climate Change Indicators Climbing, Says NOAA
The signs of climate change—rising oceans, melting Arctic ice and increasing greenhouse gases among them—are continuing inexorably, the U.S...
Antarctic Mud Tells Tales of Ancient Ocean Rise
Two complementary studies are showing the potential result of Antarctic ice melt on ocean levels and indicating that the effects of increased greenhouse gases stay with us long aft...
400-Year-Old Moss Emerges From Under Arctic Glacier, Still Alive
It’s eons-old moss, and it has not been seen in at least 400 years, scientists say...
Climate Change: Mount Everest Is Melting
In what may be the most glaring example of climate change yet, the glaciers atop iconic Mount Everest are melting...
Global CO2 Concentrations Reaching High of 400 ppm for First Time in Human History
The human race, indigenous and non-indigenous alike, is about to cross a threshold, though it is not one of evolution and is nothing to brag about, scientists say...
Northeastern Ocean Surface Temperatures at Highest in 150 Years: NOAA
Ocean-surface temperatures from Maine to North Carolina have shot to their highest in 150 years, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) announced on April 25...
Earth Day and Sex: Watch Director’s Cut of Documentary on Global Population and the Environment, Livestreamed
What is the true cost of overpopulation on the environment?...
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