A Scientist Working on Plants That Fight Climate Change Just Won a $3 Million Prize
Japanese grape producers raise a toast to climate change
This Scientist Says to Fight Climate We Must Sue Major Polluting Companies
China Has Shut Down Up to 40% of Its Factories in an Unprecedented Stand Against Pollution
A Swiss start-up is bottling fresh air from Switzerland to sell to residents of heavily polluted cities like those in China and India.
New Study Says: We Can Still Reach The Most Optimistic Target of The Paris Climate Deal.
Huge iceberg splits from Antarctica, climate change link uncertain
100 Companies Are to Blame For 71% of The World’s Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Scientists Want to Genetically Engineer Heat-Resistant Cows to Survive “Climate Change”
Antarctica Is Turning Green, as Climate Change Pushes It Back in Geologic Time
There is a crazy plan to refreeze the Arctic.
An Entire River in Canada Has Vanished in the Space of Just 4 Days
Severe Turbulence on Planes Will Increase Thanks to Climate Weirdness
Climate change vs. coral reefs
Apple Reiterates Commitment to Obama Era Climate Pledge
Oklahoma Just Hit Temperatures of 100 Fahrenheit in the Depths of Winter
Australia winemakers battle against warming
Prediction From 100 Years Ago: Nobody Will Be Using Coal in 2017
The massive amount of CO2 locked in our soil appears to be leaking
The World’s Poorest Countries Pledge to Generate Energy With 100% Renewables
If climate change continues, there will be a desert in Spain
Bolivia’s melting glaciers is a problem according to scientists
Magnetic particles from pollution have been found in human brains
New study says: Poverty affects your DNA and increases the risk of depression.
Global warming could trigger a ‘climate exodus’ from the Middle East and North Africa
Exposure to air pollution makes rats put on weight, study finds
‘Resurrection plants’ offer hope as climate turns hostile
This might be the solution for all air pollution we see now in cities like Beijing, Paris, London …
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