The Global Warming could Kill most of the Life from Earth

Recent findings reveal some shocking news about the first mass extinction that happened on Earth. The Great Extinction took place 250 million years ago and it is dated approximately at the Permian... Read more »

Soil Warming Experiment: Experts Find Rare Giant Viruses Hidden In A US Forest’s Soils

Massachusetts hosts the world’s longest running soil-warming experiment which is measuring how hotter temperatures can impact the tiny life-forms that are living in the dirt. Considering the way in which the climate... 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 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 »

New Study: Landslide Tsunamis are Caused by Global Warming

An Alaskan fjord was ripped through by a tsunami with a wave runup of almost 200 meters in 2015 proving to be the biggest ever documented. As it did not make victims,... Read more »

Improving Soil Quality Might Slow Down Global Warming

Considerable volumes of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases could be removed from the Earth’s atmosphere, slowing down global warming, by simply improving soil quality on farms and rangelands. At least, that’s the... Read more »

Global Warming: The Oldest Ice In The Arctic Is Breaking Apart

A massive block of ice in the Arctic along the Greenland coastline is breaking apart. The scientists blame global warming for this. However, what makes this ice block unique is that it is... Read more »

This Mineral Can Remove CO2 from Atmosphere. Scientists Can Easily Produce It in 72 Days

Magnesite can naturally store carbon dioxide, but it is a slow and long process. Scientists have discovered a new way of creating magnesite. If they can develop it on an industrial scale,... Read more »

By 2080 A Lot More People Will Die Because of Severe Heat Waves

A study analyzed how humans will adapt to the hotter temperature, and the results were not pretty. According to the paper led by researchers at the Monash University (published on 1 August... Read more »

Global Warming’s Consequences Are Intensifying And We Can’t Hide From Them, NASA says

Over the past few months, unfortunately, heat records have been broken all over the world. For instance, at the beginning of July, the temperature in Ouargla, Algeria, managed to reach 51.3 C,... Read more »