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Columnist Suzanne Mooney discusses how unsustainability can cause lots of things, including rising sea levels and less seafood.
Our focus is wrong, the big stuff is getting overlooked as we head inexorably towards climate chaos, says Human Writes columnist, Mangai Balasegaram.
Endangered orca whales exclusively eat chinook salmon. And the chinook eat a forage fish that is known as sand lance. If this forage fish disappears, the salmon will disappear.
Dr Teh Su Yean, a recipient of the 2017 L’Oreal-Unesco Awards: National Fellowship, wants to build a mathematical model to study effects of climate change.
A large chunk of ice has broken off in the Antarctic. Scientists are worried about further breaks that may alter sea levels.
Life on Earth is already changing – and not for the better – because of climate change.
Greenland ice loss has recently contributed to twice as much sea-level rise than in preceding two decades.
Setiu Wetlands in danger of being carved up for plantations, farms, mines and aquaculture ponds.
Antarctica meltdown could double sea level rise.