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Arctic Sea Ice Extent Hits Another Low in 2017

At 4.64 million square kilometeres, Arctic Sea ice minimum extent in 2017 is the eighth lowest in the consistent long-term satellite record, which...

Why is it so hard to swat a fly?

 Rory Galloway | BBC Try to swat a fly and it will soon become clear that they're faster than you. Much faster. But how...

Trump Moving Toward Energy Exploration in Arctic Wildlife Refuge

The Trump administration is working to allow energy exploration in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) for the first time in more than three...

A Week After Withdrawing from Paris Deal, Trump Administration Censors Use of Term ‘Climate...

  The Donald Trump administration has directed the staff at the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) avoid using the term “climate change,” instead, they...

Climate Change Effect: Ladakhi Tribe No Longer Vegan

The little-known Brokpa tribals of Ladakh, who claim to have been vegans for some 2,200 years of their existence, are slowly opting for...

Trapdoor Spider May Have Crossed the Ocean to Australia

An Australian trapdoor spider may have crossed the ocean from Africa rather than being the product of geographical separation, according to a study...

Heatwaves Could Kill 152,000 Europeans a Year by 2100

Deaths due to extreme weather in Europe could increase fifty-fold from an estimated 3,000 per year recently to 152,000 by century's end if global...

People Could Die Because of Humid Heat Waves in India, Parts of South Asia...

India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and other parts of South Asia may experience heat waves, in which people cannot survive, by the end of this...

Gulf of Mexico Sets New Record for Largest ‘Dead Zone’

Janet McConnaughey There's an unwanted record in the Gulf of Mexico: This year's "dead zone," a largely human-caused phenomenon where there's too little oxygen...

Check out for Unexplored Wildlife Destinations in India

 Earth's wildlife is perhaps, one of the nature's most precious gifts to humankind. Although there are lots of places globally that are known...

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It is not often that an article about climate change becomes the most hotly debated item on the internet. But David Wallace-Wells’ lengthy essay published in New York Magazine did exactly that. The full text of the essay –admittedly a worst-case scenario-...

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