A rare rodent unique to a Great Barrier Reef island hasn’t been seen since 2009, and has probably been driven to extinction by rising sea levels
Leaders of the United States, Mexico and Canada will announce a climate partnership, synchronizing their national policies to cut greenhouse gas emissions.
In a climate of soaring Islamophobia, Muslim women living in Western countries face perhaps the greatest challenges due to multiple layers of discrimination rooted in religion, appearance, gender equality and migration.
Red knots are one of many animals shrinking in the face of climate change. This downsizing affects their feeding ability and means fewer survive
Phil McKenna at InsideClimate News writes—Shift to Clean Energy Could Save Millions Who Die from Pollution—And Protect the Climate: Extra investments to control deadly pollutants like smog and soot could cut worldwide deaths from air...Show More Summary
Mexico will sign on to Canada-U.S. methane reduction deal announced in March The post Three Amigos to align on climate, clean energy plan, says White House appeared first on Macleans.ca.
This is a guest post by ClimateDenierRoundup originally published at DailyKos On Friday, we made a joking reference to how right-wing politics and climate denial operate within a single, metaphorical room. In light of the Brexit vote, it...Show More Summary
THE TIDE IS RISING: 20,000 Filipinos gathered for the largest march for climate justice in the country's history before the December 2016 Paris Talks. (c) 350.org "Crash in Ph Mining stocks this morning. There go the coal plants too....Show More Summary
A film on fighting climate change from the director of "Gasland" points the finger within instead of at familiar, insufficient, targets.
VideoTo celebrate its centenary and explore a path for the coming 100 years, BMW indulged its three car brands with an intellectually rigorous “What If?” design exercise. In a strict financial climate where most “concept vehicles” have devolved into thinly disguised production cars based on current engineering, BMW Vision Next [...]
This story was originally published by Mother Jones and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. When it comes to forest fires, California can't seem to catch a break. Last year was a hellacious one for uncontrolled burns, and 2016 is looking just as bad. Show More Summary
What’s worse than poison ivy? Poison ivy on climate change.
New research suggests that hot weather and a lack of seasons encourage aggressive behaviour.
Perhaps it is not surprising in the present political climate that the deaths of 12 teachers fighting to defend public education in Mexico have gone virtually unnoticed. The presidential hopeful and presumptive Republican Party nominee...Show More Summary
United Nations climate chief Christiana Figueres is preparing to run for secretary-general.
Adaptation to climate change has a lag of several thousands of years, report researchers. The permafrost regions in the Arctic are among those areas of the world in which the temperature is rising particularly fast due to climate change. Show More Summary
The United Nations (UN) is an international organization made up of over 193 Member States. Founded in 1945, the UN deals with global issues relating to climate change, sustainable development, human rights, terrorism, etc. Kenya, an East-African country bordering the Indian Ocean, joined the United Nations on December 16, 1963. Show More Summary
The world is a strange and scary place. Climate change threatens to engulf us all. The people of Britain and the United States, tired of being left behind by an uncaring, neoliberal capitalist world order, have, respectively, voted to leave...
Dems Platform Calls For More Climate Change Science Democrats adopt climate change science investigation in platform Devin Henry, June 27, 2016 (The Hill) “Members of the Democratic National Committee’s platform panel have formally endorsed...Show More Summary
Beach trip with family members who don't believe in climate change? Reunion picnic with climate truthers? We've got you covered. The ink is just dry on the Paris Agreement. Last year was officially the warmest year on record. Yet climate skeptics still live among us—many of whom may even be related to you by blood. Read Full Story