The dimension of the catastrophe in Australia is beyond comprehension, an apocalypse.
Measuring what matters.
Twin cities shows big increases in 2011. Here’s why.
If climate change is not receiving the media coverage it deserves, a new book says, then much of the responsibility must rest with the media themselves
Amy is trying to understand the effectiveness, efficiency and benefits of pilot REDD+ initiatives in the Amazon.
Two US government bodies have given their backing to a finding by British scientists which some observers interpret as evidence that global warming is slowing significantly.
In the modern world our immune systems no longer have to deal with the vast numbers of potential real pathogens we experienced during the previous stages of our evolution. With so much more time on their hands, our antibodies rise up against other perceived dangers.
— A quick analysis of how Louis Comfort Tiffany depicts nature in in his stained glass window Autumn Landscape, The River of Life. — — Transcript Provided by YouTube: 00:00 [Music] 00:03 Louis Comfort Tiffany although his name 00:06 might not be well known outside of art 00:09 historian circles his artistic legacy 00:11…
In a warmer world all of us, especially city dwellers, have a lesson to learn from people in Eastern Europe who have for generations grown their own food for the sake of their own health and their society’s wellbeing.
Leading food scientist bruce campbell gives his views on eating meat in the age of climate change
— Mr. Andersen shows you how to interpret a position vs. time graph for an object with constant velocity. The slope of the line is used to find the velocity. A phet simulation is also included. — — Transcript Provided by YouTube: 00:00 00:07 Hi. This is Mr. Andersen and today I am going…
Take one plant physiologist and a team of 90 international scientists. Add Australian Government funding and a world-class environmental studies facility set near native woodland. The result is EucFACE, an experiment that measures the impact of future climates on mature forests and sets a global benchmark for environmental scientific innovation.
All that stands between Australia and a future fuelled entirely by renewable energy, researchers say, is the political will to make the change – a finding directly relevant to a country currently ravaged by an extraordinary heat wave.
DST causes the greatest increase in electricity consumption in the fall when dipping temperatures send Hoosiers inside earlier to turn up their thermostats.
Almost 40% of global land plant species are very rare, and these species are most at risk for extinction as the climate continues to change, according to new research
A study has found that black carbon, often called soot, is damaging the climate more than researchers had realised, and that cutting emissions could help to lower global temperatures.