The Antarctic Ice Sheet Has Lost 3 Trillion Tons of Ice Since 1992
Scientists found that the rate of ice loss is accelerating, threatening coastal cities if sea levels rise.
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Scott Pruitt Has Until July 11 to Explain His Climate Skepticism, Judge Rules
After Pruitt ignored an FOIA request for studies supporting his view that humans are not the primary contributor to climate change, environmental advocates turned to the courts.
Did Alien Civilizations Survive Climate Change?
Modeling the possible trajectories of extraterrestrial civilizations can help shed light on the fate of our own planet.
Trump’s NASA Leader Should Explain His ‘Evolution’ on Climate Change
It’s great that Administrator Jim Bridenstine accepts his own agency’s consensus on climate science. Let’s hope he builds on his new perspective.
Most of the Mammals On Earth Are Cows Because We're Addicted to Meat
A new study of all the biomass on the planet found that 60 percent of all mammals are livestock.
Tourism Accounts for 8 Percent of Humanity’s Carbon Footprint
The study says more affluent travelers mean higher emissions.
Climate Impacts of the Kinder Morgan Pipeline Could Cost Up to $8.7 Billion
There are real costs associated with releasing more CO2 into the atmosphere. Here, we crunched some numbers.
Electric Cars Make Excellent Autonomous Vehicles—So Why Are Most AVs Gas-Powered?
These engineering students are making an autonomous electric car.
Cape Town Residents Tell Us What It's Like Living in the Shadow of 'Day Zero'
Facing a water shortage, residents can no longer wash their cars with municipal water. And bars are cutting frozen margaritas from the menu.
Rising Sea Levels Could Render 'Thousands' of Islands Uninhabitable Before 2065
A Pentagon-funded study found that thousands of islands could be uninhabitable by the middle of the century due to rising sea levels.
How Did Tropical Dolphins End Up Off the Coast of Canada?
“It certainly does suggest the North Pacific is warming up,” says one researcher.
The Geoduck Diver
Hozoji Matheson-Margullis is widely recognized for her pummeling drum chops. But at 37, the emerging marine biologist is making waves at the forefront of Native American STEM in an age of climate change and Trump.
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