An Open Letter To Support Urgent Action To Reduce Carbon Emissions Was Released By Prominent Group Of Canadians

Climate change is a harsh reality, and now Canada took action in order to try and tackle the problem. An important group of Canadians and international men and women released the text of... Read more »

Climate Change Effects Are Mirrored By Insects After Birds And Bees

  After birds and bees, now the effects of the climate change are mirrored by insects and arthropods as well. These suffered massive losses, says a study from a Puerto Rico forest... Read more »

PBCs and Mercury Threaten the Arctic, Shows Report

Mercury and other contaminants still threaten polar bears and whales, shows a new summary on toxins from the Arctic. In addition to these threats, the study for the Arctic Council found that... Read more »

Small Plants in the Arctic Grow Taller As Climate Change Warms the Region

The Arctic has low-lying shrubs, but with the area warming up due to the climate change, the plants seem to have grown taller than usual. A study found that the plant species... Read more »

Climate Change Also Makes Earth Wobble When it Spins, Say NASA Scientists

The Earth spins around its axis, and the rotation is what causes our 24-hour day. But what you probably didn’t know is that the Earth doesn’t have a smooth rotation. It’s a... Read more »

Climate Change Is Destroying East Antarctica’s Ancient Moss Beds

During Antarctica summer season, for a brief period, East Antarctica’s ancient moss beds emerge from ice and snow to grow, but now, according to a recent study, climate change is destroying them.... Read more »

Gulf Of St. Lawrence May Not Be Able To Support Marine Life Anymore, Latest Study Says

The Gulf of St. Lawrence warmed a lot and lost oxygen more rapidly than almost anywhere else in the Earth’s oceanic waters due to climate change. This raises the possibility that it... Read more »

Gulf of St. Lawrence Would Soon Remain Out of Oxygen, Unable to Support Marine Life

A new study led by researchers at the University of Washington was published in Nature Climate Change on 17 September, warning that the Gulf of St. Lawrence has lost so much oxygen... Read more »

Hurricanes will Intensify More Rapidly Due to Climate Change

A new research that was published in the Journal of Climate suggests that as our planet gets warmer, the hurricanes will also start changing, becoming more intense, and this poses a great... Read more »

“You Can See Almost Everything” In Antarctica, The Best-Mapped Continent on the Planet

Earth has a lot of good maps, even in the polar regions. There are maps that even show the thickness of the ice sheet in Antarctica. There is also a map showing... Read more »