Climate change discussions must move away from long-term threats - experts
Study points to solutions that could protect residents in at-risk neighborhoods.
Overall, Europe’s regional seas are slowly recovering from eutrophication, mainly due to efforts to reduce nutrient inputs over the past decades.
A new report, Climate, Nature and our 1.5°C Future published today clearly points towards nature being part of the solution to the climate crisis.
In 2-year odyssey, Utah professor surveys Great Salt Lake playa.
New research strongly suggests the distinct "oxygenation events" which created Earth’s breathable atmosphere happened spontaneously, rather than as a consequence of biological or tectonic revolutions.
Research on monsoon formation and behavior can help inform climate models.
Annual update charts ongoing impact of changing conditions on environment, communities.
The Greenland Ice Sheet is melting at a rapidly accelerating rate because of Earth's warming climate. As the ice melts into the ocean, it raises the sea level around the world, causing flooding and other damage to coastal communities.
A new easy-to-read guide, ‘10 New Insights in Climate Science’ has been presented to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change’s Executive Secretary, Patricia Espinosa, at the COP25 climate conference.
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