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Astronomy and the climate crisis: Scientists make some connections

As astronomers look out to the universe, they use planet Earth as an important reference point. This has created a growing relationship between astronomy and the evolving study of climate…

What The World’s Brightest Young Leaders Are Doing About Racial Injustice, The Virus And Climate Change

They inherited a world of three plagues: racial inequality, Covid-19 and climate change. These Under 30 alumni are trying to fix them all with cutting edge technologies, new markets and…

Two new reports warn of climate disaster

Humans are wiping out wildlife at a “unprecedented” rate with wildlife populations down by 68 percent on average since 1970, according to a new World Wildlife Fund report published on…

Impact of Covid slowdown on CO2 in the atmosphere ‘not even a blip’, Australian scientist says | Climate change

The Covid-19 pandemic will deliver an unprecedented annual drop in global greenhouse gas emissions of up to 7% by the end of 2020, but the slowdown’s impact on the atmosphere…

Without otters, Alaskan reefs more vulnerable to climate change, urchins

Sept. 10 (UPI) — Keystone predators provide ecological equilibrium, a kind of stability that allows ecosystems withstand sudden changes. Without them, the effects of climate change are more severe. That’s…

Climate Change May Bring Unexpected Benefits To San Francisco Bay-Delta

San Francisco South Bay tidelands and waterway tributaries at low tide. getty The San Francisco Bay-Delta is literally threatened from all sides: rising sea levels from the ocean, disruptions to…

Wildfires and weather extremes: It’s not coincidence, it’s climate change

Right on the heels of arguably the West Coast’s most intense heat wave in modern history comes the most ferocious flare-up of catastrophic wildfires in recent memory. Meanwhile, just a…

The climate science you missed

Climate change is taking its gloves off. U.S. scientists give a better than 99% chance that most years in the next decade will land among the planet’s top 10 hottest…

Melting Sculptures at Frost Museum of Science and Other Florida Locations Put State’s Climate Emergency in Spotlight

MIAMI, Sept. 03, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Can Florida’s swiftly rising temperatures actually melt a sculpture? It turns out they can, and in less time than you might think. The…

AI, Space, and Climate Science

“We wanted flying cars, instead we got 140 characters” -Peter Thiel Nick “Flooko” Flook The closing quarter of the twentieth century was peak tech innovation in the United States. AT&T’s…