Here are some of the top climate news items this autumn.
The only way to save Florida’s corals is to remove them to land-based labs until it’s safe to return them to their reefs.
Today’s earlier-than-expected and larger-than-expected wildfires are signals of why only a few degrees of global heating negatively impact our health.
Blistering heatwaves are just the start. We must accept how bad things are before we can head off global catastrophe, according to a leading UK…
Earth’s average global temperature has 50-50 chance of crossing the 1.5 degree Celsius threshold as early as 2023.
An April 16 special broadcast by Seattle’s KOMO-TV on “the future of wildfires in our part of the world” provided a broad overview of the…
The link between rising global temperatures and the increased severity of storms is increasingly evident, according to new research.
“Planet of the Humans” raises the critical issue of how should we move forward, knowing our path to date has not resulted in reduced emissions.
Another day, yet another authoritative warning from scientists the climate catastrophe is imminent. For how much longer will world leaders fail us?
The late Massachusetts Congressman Tip O’Neill is credited for suggesting “all politics is local” — the notion that, to some, suggest local issues outweigh national…