The way we eat is a major source of the greenhouse gas emissions that are pushing global temperatures to new extremes. One solution is “tinned fish,” which are among the lowest-carbon animal protein available. Bloomberg News reports. (Photo: Creative Commons)
Many utilities have taken the climate pledge to be ‘net zero’ by 2050, but most are doing little to reach that goal. The findings are contained in the Sierra Club’s annual report, “The Dirty Truth About Utility Climate Pledges.” (Photo: Peter Grima, Creative Commons)
Record-breaking temperatures are disrupting life across the globe in disturbing and dramatic ways . Getpocket.com has assembled articles showing the damaging effects. (Photo: Roberto Rizzato, Creative Commons)
Extreme weather events are becoming more frequent as the earth grows warmer — a phenomenon climate scientists have predicted for years. But why is it happening, and what’s to come? This analysis from Bloomburg explains. (Photo: Takver, Creative Commons)
This year is already on target to be the warmest ever in recorded history, causing raging wildfires, fires, droughts, flooding and extreme weather. Scientists warn this may be just the beginning of global ministry. CNN explores. (Photo: Takver, Creative Commons)
Climate change-fueled wildfires may bring more smoke to populated areas, as the wildfires in Canada did recently to much of the United States. What’s its harm and how can we protect ourselves? Scientific American explains.
Even as climate change ramped up in the last two decades, people flocked to environmentally sensitive areas. Now flooding and sea-level rise threatens to wipe out billions of dollars in investment. The Sierra Club reports. (Photo: US Geological Survey)
The latest report from the International Protocol on Climate Change was full of warnings, but also hope. There are certainly steps that could be taken. The question is, will we take them? The Sierra Club analyzes.
As threats from climate change loom, advocates are advancing “degrowth” as a solution. Rather than constant economic growth, focusing on how to thrive—economically and socially—within planetary boundaries. (USDA photo by Lance Cheung)
Consequences of climate change are already “far-reaching and worsening” throughout the United States, posing profound risks, a draft federal report concludes. The New York Times reports. (Photo: Takver, Creative Commons)