Ad

Climactic Change

Climate change is no longer an open question—for researchers today, it's a baseline assumption. How these changes will impact ecosystems, public health, and our future are now the questions we need to ask.

Researchers discover a new high-altitude Himalayan lake — and its waters are red

Read now →

The reddish hue of the lake is likely due to iron-rich minerals in the area

Sree Rama Chaitanya, The Centre for DNA Fingerprinting and Diagnostics

Fungi learn how to cope with drought, but at a cost

Read now →

Matthew Vandermeulen, University at Buffalo

Comment 4 peer comments

Climate change will make allergy sufferers suffer a little bit longer each year

Read now →

Data from 17 Northern Hemisphere locations indicates that plants are releasing more pollen and for a longer period of time as the globe warms

Lila Westreich, University of Washington

Comment 2 peer comments

While Congress does nothing, New York City passed its own climate legislation

Read now →

With the Green New Deal stalled, cities are stepping up with their own

Greta Moran

Warming oceans cast a chill over New England's sea turtles

Read now →

Anna Robuck, University of Rhode Island

Comment 1 peer comment

How shadowy tax havens skirt conservation efforts

Read now →

Cassie Freund, Wake Forest University

Comment 1 peer comment

These corals love the warming oceans

Read now →

Gina Mantica, Tufts University

Comment 1 peer comment

Climate is getting more extreme in every possible way

Read now →

Coleman Harris, Vanderbilt University

Comment 2 peer comments

Even corals deep down on the ocean floor can’t escape humanity's impact

Read now →

Climate change, industrial fishing, offshore drilling, and deep sea mining are all threats to life at the bottom of the sea

Sandra Brooke, Florida State University