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Melting ice sheets or glaciers from climate change may be slowing the Earth's rotation slightly. But the impact may increase as the planet warms up more.
Life on Earth threatened as greenhouse gases hit record levels.
Climate change in the Sundarbans in India force many parents to leave their children to look for work. Now the children are suffering from neglect and depression.
David Ray Griffin’s examination of climate change is not just insightful, but also a call to action.
Many plants which used to flourish in South Florida and now are barely clinging to existence in the Everglades and nearby protected areas.
Fishing, logging, mining, agriculture and activities to satisfy our growing appetite for resources are pushing wild species towards extinction.
A new paper finds that sea level rise is about half due to melting ice and half due to ocean warming, including 13% from the deepest oceans.
Hari Raju will embark on a solo kayaking journey of over 2,000km along Malaysia's peninsula coast to raise awareness about our fragile shorelines.