The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced $70 million in funding for seven projects that will improve climate prediction and aid in the fight against climate change.
Although other studies had predicted it, evidence released in a new research study show melting of Greenland’s glaciers because of global heating will produce between 10.6 to 20.7 inches (27 to 78 centimeters) of ocean sea level rise. What is different about this study is that the researchers say this is “now inevitable”.
A just-concluded visit by Uzbekistan President Shavkat Mirziyoyev to Saudi Arabia came back with commitments to fund construction of the world’s largest wind farm in his country.
It is now official: the state of California will no longer allow sales of any new gasoline-powered cars by 13 years from now. The hard part will not be the availability of cars which meet the new standards. It will instead be mostly about rolling out the infrastructure they require to operate.
A just-released report from the European Commission says over two-thirds of the continent is now plagued by a drought of unprecedented proportions.
The worst drought in eastern Africa in four decades has forced the region into accelerating starvation conditions this year.
The world’s largest emitter of greenhouse gases is now reaping the consequences of that, as it declares the first major drought emergency warning of the summer. Every aspect of Chinese life is about to get more difficult in the roughly half of the country affected.
While researchers predict that climate change will have an adverse effect on most staple crops, including rice, corn and soybeans, a new Northwestern University study finds that breadfruit — a starchy tree fruit native to the Pacific islands — will be relatively unaffected.
A 23-year drought which has pushed water resources in the lower Colorado River to record lows has now forced the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation to declare the first “Tier 2” shortage in history.
Simon Stiell, a fierce climate activist and policy innovator, has been appointed as the next Executive Secretary of the United Nations Climate Change Secretariat.
A new study has concluded that global heating and temperature variations associated with it are holding back the economic growth of approximately one-fifth of the world. When all other climate factors are considered, the numbers are far worse.
Water levels in the Rhine, one of the most important rivers in Germany for shipments by barge, have dropped to record low levels as Europe\'s drought deepens.
Arctic cyclones have become more intense as the climate crisis has raised ocean and air temperatures at the northernmost latitudes. For the first time, scientists will be flying reconnaissance missions into those storms – much as other aircraft fly into hurricanes further south – to study how the storms form and what their impact is on the rapid decrease in Arctic Sea Ice.
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A new study has concluded that the climate crisis is making us sicker, as over 1,000 “unique pathways” for the spread and incubation of illness -- made worse by global heating and extreme weather -- encompass the planet.
A new study has revealed that the total forest area on the planet has dropped by 81.7 million hectares (0.32 million square miles) since just 62 years ago. Incorporating the rise in population since that time as a factor, that works out to 60% reduction in forest coverage per person.
Coastal communities in three locations along the Atlantic and Pacific coasts saw record high tide flooding last year — a trend that is expected to continue into 2023 and beyond without improved flood defenses, according to NOAA.
The government of Ireland finally did what most nations will eventually have to do to make any major reductions in greenhouse gas emissions. They picked the right target, made achieving it law, and fought off the lobbyists in the process.
Continuing drought in the Rio de la Plata basin in Paraguay is threatening trade which depends on its rivers for most of the country\'s export and import shipping. This is yet another casualty of the deepening global climate crisis.
With the old right-wing government out in less than 2 weeks, Colombia is already working to increase protection of its environment.