The bramble cay melomys have become the first mammals to be lost due to human-caused climate change. They were last seen alive in 2009, and are said to be wiped out by sea-level rise.
Animals March 23, 2019
A new study found that injecting small doses of aerosol into the stratosphere could safely slow down global warming without unwanted side effects. It said that only 0.4 percent of the land on Earth would see climate change getting worse.
Earth/Environment March 13, 2019
NASA’s recent climate change study warns that an increase in atmospheric carbon dioxide may rise tropical ocean surface temperatures. Scientists predict that if the trend continues, it may cause an almost 60 percent increase in the frequency of extreme storms.
Earth/Environment February 4, 2019
A new study found that an average of 2.1 billion birds migrates through the Gulf of Mexico each spring. The findings also revealed that the highest activity, with 26,000 birds per kilometer, occurs along the western coast of Texas.
Animals January 10, 2019
Researchers find a growing number of moss banks in Antarctica as the planet continues to experience rapid warming. The large-scale greening will continue as an effect of climate change.
Earth/Environment May 19, 2017
A new study has revealed that climate change is related to diabetes, and with each degree of temperature rise, the risks from it are also increased. This study proves the real-world effect of climate change upon humans.
Public Health March 21, 2017
A recent study has found that due to climate change, mammals shrank in size some 50 million years ago. The research further stated that even humans are at risk of shrinking due to climate change.
Earth/Environment March 19, 2017
A judge in Massachusetts ordered oil and gas company Exxon Mobil to hand over four decades' worth of climate change research upon the request of the attorney general. The company is being accused of hiding the results and misleading the public.
Earth/Environment January 13, 2017
Major U.S. airlines might have brought back in-flight perks in the economy class. Unfortunately, ticket prices can increase due to the worsening effects of climate change.
Earth/Environment February 11, 2016
Will the common lizard be no more after 2100? Researchers have found that the reptile will be gravely affected should the climate warm to projected levels by the end of the century.
Earth/Environment October 27, 2015