Ted Cruz tweets nonsense about the Paris Climate Agreement. Greta Thunberg replies with a clapback.
Ted Cruz knows his followers and he gives them what they like. No lie is too big or too stupid to tell. In fact, the bigger and the stupider it is, the more they like it. Yesterday, after President Biden signed an executive order to rejoin...
Access to 10,000 miles of US national park trails has been restored
The three-year project has been completed in the US to encourage people to get outdoors and visit national parks.
Study: Urban Greenery Plays a Surprising Role in Greenhouse Gas Emissions – Climate Change: Vital Signs of the Planet
A new study tracing the sources of carbon dioxide, the most significant human-generated greenhouse gas, reveals the unexpectedly large influence of vegetation in urban environments.
Arctic Animals' Movement Patterns are Shifting in Different Ways as the Climate Changes – Climate Change: Vital Signs of the Planet
With the Arctic showing more extreme indications of climate change, researchers have found that the movement patterns of animals in the region are shifting, which could disrupt entire ecosystems.
US plans to protect thousands of miles of coral reefs in Pacific and Caribbean
Proposals cite climate change as most severe threat to US reefs, which may be in danger of disappearing in some places
NASA and SpaceX Launch U.S.-European Mission to Monitor World’s Ocean (Recap)
Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich, the world's latest sea level satellite, is in orbit and ready to begin taking critical ocean measurements for the next five-and-a-half years.
The Anatomy of Glacial Ice Loss – Climate Change: Vital Signs of the Planet
A warming climate is taking its toll on Greenland and Antarctica glaciers, melting them from above and below the surface. The more they melt, the higher sea levels rise.
Beating Back the Tides – Climate Change: Vital Signs of the Planet
Sea level rise can feel abstract, like something looming far off in the future. But if you want to see it happening in real-time, look no further than high-tide floods.