Warming seas and increasing acidification could mean starvation and extinction for creatures that live in the abyss of the deep ocean.
Mist and sky and green and blue
Expert paola agostini on restoring 30 million hectares of europe, the caucasus and central asia
Tardigrades have made their homes: In volcanos and Himalayas
How much summer sunlight strikes the Earth’s far north helps to reveal when an Ice Age will occur, scientists say, aiding understanding of human history.
Scottish barrister and activist Polly Higgins led the charge to get “ecocide” recognized as a “crime against peace” by the International Criminal Court.
It may be a staple of many national diets, but bread’s climate impact, mainly through its dependence on fertilisers, is massive, researchers find.
Work by Chinese scientists which confirms that greenhouse gases are affecting temperatures in the country may prompt more domestic political action to reverse the trend.
Between 1992 and 2012, humans were more responsible than natural causes for wildfires in the US, due to population growth, urban expansion and global warming.
What was your last up-close-and-personal experience with nature?
New studies show the effect of climate change on fish in the Amazon, and find evidence that human impact on the rainforest goes back thousands of years.
Drought and unsustainable practices are placing forests at risk, yet they are crucial to the reduction of the greenhouse gas emissions that fuel global warming.
Even when air-quality alerts give parents the all clear, kids could still be breathing in dangerous chemicals.
Destruction of the Guiana Shield’s tropical rainforest in South America is linked to increased gold mining as the precious metal’s price rises.
Data centers use up lots of power; that’s why environmentalists are urging the biggest players in the industry to go with renewable energy sources where possible.
The Harvard historian Jill Lepore recounted recently in The New Yorker magazine that when democracies sink into crisis, the question “where are we going?” leaps to everyone’s mind, as if we were waiting for a weather forecast to tell us how healthy our democracy was going to be tomorrow.