Coral behaves unexpectedly when it comes to consuming plastic. Although it's well known that they do swallow microplastic particles, what is really strange is that they seem to actually like it.
What Others Say: Serious education gap on climate change rooted in politics
Much like sex education and evolution, the teaching of climate change is the latest topic backed by a wealth of sound science forced to yield to political pressure from a
Why Michael Bloomberg says he's 'optimistic' about climate change
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is coauthor of 'Climate of Hope,' a solution-oriented book about what individuals and governments can and should be doing about climate change.
What Others Say: On climate change
As Americans enjoyed the Thanksgiving holiday, the Trump administration quietly released a congressionally mandated update to the U.S. National Climate Assessment.
'Substantial loss of life': What the climate change report says about Indiana
A massive climate change report released by the Trump administration holds details for Indiana's economic, ecological and public health future.
What Others Say: Climate-change evidence is overwhelming
Independent satellite records have confirmed ground data showing the past five years to be the hottest on record globally, scientists announced last week. It’s another outcropping in the mountain of
Have your say: How worried are you about global warming (climate change)?
Voice your opinion on the poll: How worried are you about global warming (climate change)?
Scott Pruitt says CO2 isn't a pollutant. What next on US climate change policy?
Scott Pruitt stands poised to reverse a decade of EPA climate change policy, but doesn't have the power to withdraw the United States from the Paris Agreement.
How 3 members of a 39-member climate council say they can address climate change
Members of the Maine Climate Council know they face a difficult mission in guiding the state to meet the governor’s energy and pollution goals.
How to combat climate change
about 23 hours ago Sir, – Well done to John Gibbons (“Maybe this is the summer we all start to believe in global warming”, Opinion, August 6th) for once again highlighting the mounting evidence that climate change is happening and that it is the greatest existential threat to life on Earth Wildfires in the Arctic, melting ice sheets, rising sea levels and the acidification of the oceans: the signs are ominous. As a climate researcher at the University of East Anglia recently commented:…
What Others Say: Political climate surrounding climate-change must improve
The Trump administration on Black Friday released a legally mandated update to the federal government’s ongoing monitoring of climate change. The analysis, suffice to say, was bleak, particularly for Florida.
Inslee talks climate change in New Hampshire, says he’ll decide within ‘weeks, not months’ on...
Speaking to about 40 students, with local and national media watching, Inslee said the fight against climate change is both a peril and an opportunity for a clean-power-fueled new economy.
The world needs a massive carbon tax in just 10 years to limit climate change, IMF says
A global agreement to make fossil fuel burning more expensive is urgent and the most efficient way of fighting climate change, an International Monetary Fund study found on Thursday.
What Others Say: On a new government report about climate change
The broad takeaways from a lengthy new federal report on climate change aren’t exactly shocking. The climate is changing, humans are a major factor in that change, and the consequences
Hail damage is getting worse, but what role climate change plays in that is uncertain, experts say
Hailstorms inflict billions of dollars in damage yearly in North America alone, and the cost will rise as the growing population builds more homes, offices and factories, climate and weather expert…
Ronan rep says CO2 gets a "bad rap'' and schools should change climate change teaching
The House Natural Resources Committee debated a bill introduced by Rep. Joe Read, R-Ronan, Monday that calls on the state to find that human emissions of carbon dioxide are not
Sen. Mike Lee says we can solve climate change with more babies. Science says otherwise.
During floor debate ahead of a vote on the Green New Deal, Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, told his colleagues that if they really want to address environmental concerns they'll encourage people to couple off and have more babies.
How will sea life adapt to climate change? Grunion might show us clues, says new CSU Long Beach...
A CSU Long Beach researcher studied grunion and their adaptations to ocean acidification.
How is your diet affecting climate change?
Agriculture is responsible for enormous quantities of greenhouse gases. Americans can make a difference by eating less beef and lamb and more plant-based protein and by reducing food waste, says researcher Zak Accuardi, a Portland native who specializes in sustainable urban development.
What climate change has to do with the price of your lettuce
Unusual weather in the Southwest could cause a nationwide salad shortage later this month. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg (lettuce): Scientists say the weird weather is probably cause…