Transcript: President Obama’s speech at Kotzebue Middle/High School

U.S. President Obama spent three days in Alaska, speaking at the Conference on Global Leadership in the Arctic: […]

Ocean warming and acidification needs more attention, argues US

How is climate change affecting the world’s ocean and what is in store with continued increases in […]

Islamic leaders issue bold call for rapid phase out of fossil fuels

Our species, though selected to be a caretaker or steward (khalifah) on the earth, has been the […]

Without Water, No Sustainable Development: World Water Week 2015

In preparation for World Water Week (August 23-28), Anders Jägerskog stresses the importance of water to human society […]

Global warming seen lurking behind this summer’s deadly heat waves

This summer has brought unusually extreme heat to many areas in the Northern Hemisphere, setting new records […]

DNA evidence proves climate change killed off prehistoric megafauna

Analysis of ancient megafauna DNA reveals that a series of events throughout the past 50,000 years occurred […]

Rich nations’ climate plans fall short of hopes for Paris summit

With Australia submitting its strategy earlier in the week, Reuters used the pledges of developed nations to […]

Why resilience is unappealing to social science: Theoretical and empirical investigations of the scientific use of resilience

Collaborating across disciplines often proves to be a vocabulary exercise, with the struggles of deciphering jargon all […]

Today’s youth are coming of age in the age of extinction

Is climate change causing pre-traumatic stress disorder in millennials? Across polls, younger generations show greater concern about […]

The scariest part of climate change isn’t what we know, but what we don’t

Bill Laurance from James Cook University makes the effort to summarize “what we think we know, don’t […]