That’s the message of the Global Climate Strike tomorrow—as hundreds of thousands of people around the globe and in every corner of the U.S. take part in rallies, marches, and strikes to demand immediate action on climate.
Yes, it’s us. Human activities are to blame for at least part of what’s melting the West Antarctic Ice Sheet, scientists say.
A quick climate change video essay that looks at why oil and gas pipelines like the Keystone XL expansion and the Dakota Access Pipeline are so contentious.
Despite ambitious efforts to cope with the effects of water shortage and climate change, Morocco faces a dauntingly dry century.
In this video Paul Andersen explores population dynamics of the human population.
Heat extremes on land can kill. Ocean heat waves can devastate coral reefs and other ecosystems – and these too are on the increase.
— By Angela Dewan Last decade, biofuels were talked about among world leaders like the deus ex machina of the world’s carbon emissions problem. By the middle of the decade, Europe and the United States led biofuel policy, setting ambitious targets to use cleaner energy in the name of climate change mitigation. Leaders were soon…
I study toxicology: I look at the effects of substances on living organisms.
Tree planting is booming, but what comes next.
Climate change means the Sahara’s spread is growing. And North Africa’s pattern of atmospheric change could affect other regions.
How is it possible the species was able to reach the moon and yet will not be able to solve the problem of the climate emergency?
— In this video, I take a brief look at the dispossession of Native American lands and the creation of Glacier and Yosemite National Parks. Through these two parks I analyze the often overlooked colonial history of National Parks. — — Transcript Provided by YouTube: 00:04 growing up my family never went…
Small local changes make a big difference as the temperature soars. And the European Union’s existence once cooled a vicious heatwave.
— In this video Paul Andersen explains how biogeochemical cycles move required nutrients through the abiotic and biotic spheres on our planet. Matter on the Earth is conserved so producers must receive required nutrients through the water cycle, carbon cycle, nitrogen cycle, phosphorus cycle, and sulfur cycle. — — Transcript provided by YouTube: Hi. It’s…
With the highest efficiency standards, countries can cut household carbon emissions at no cost to consumers – and achieve the UN’s climate goals.
What can be done to stop the madness?