Earliest losses of biodiversity may be found among species in hot climates where some species are pushed beyond their physiological tolerance.
Scientific investigation is always advised, but experience suggests some caution in the application of geoengineering of our planet
Polar scientists estimate that the Arctic could be ice-free in the summer by mid-century.
In the short-term, forests harvested for biomass energy actually put more carbon dioxide into the atmosphere than burning fossil fuels,
Removing 5% of annual emissions by the spreading of rock dust on agricultural lands worldwide is a band-aid approach to a global hemorrhage.
The southwestern United States is nearing a global-warming exacerbated drought of record-breaking length and intensity
It is dumb and misplaced to ignore the prediction and the current onset of global changes in climate due to human activity.
This speaks to the importance of planting trees in urban areas to lower ambient temperatures and reduce the need for air conditioning.
The popularity of natural gas as a fossil fuel and its increased use are attractive candidates to explain the potential for increased leakage to the atmosphere.
Whether for an acute impact like COVID-19 or a long-term impact like climate change, policy decisions must be based on science