You know it’s hot out there when even the soil is hyperventilating. According to a new study published yesterday (Aug. 1) in the journal Nature, there’s about twice as much carbon dioxide (CO2) stored in Earth’s soil as there is floating around the atmosphere, and for the last few decades, that underground greenhouse gas has been leaking out at a significantly increased rate.
Risks and challenges aren’t the only effects climate change will have on companies. There’s good news too.
A controversial study that found there has been no slowdown in global warming has been supported by new research.
It is known as “the Gateway to the Underworld” by local people who fear to go near the massive crater that suddenly appeared in the frozen heart of Siberia. And they are right to be afraid.
The New York City Panel on Climate Change has released a new report containing some alarming predictions for the city’s climate future.
A new graphic shows Earth’s temperatures spiralling toward the 2C global warming limit.
Earth’s 2015 surface temperatures were the warmest since modern record keeping began in 1880, according to independent analyses by NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
Climate Central has launched a redesigned version of its Surging Seas Risk Zone Map, and extended the map from U.S.-only to global coverage.
Next two years likely to be hottest recorded as the world’s climate reaches major turning point – but UK summers may be cooler.
The world’s chances of achieving new international development goals will be slim without more ambitious action to curb climate change, researchers said.