For all the obvious climate impacts, the United States does not yet seem disturbed enough to demonstrably disrupt our burning of fossil fuels.
M. Nelson, P. Groffman: Climate change is already disrupting US forests and coasts – here’s what we’re seeing at 5 long-term research sites
Here are snapshots of what we’re seeing firsthand in the National Science Foundation’s Long-Term Ecological Research Network sites, from the effect of increasing fires in Oregon’s Cascades to shifting marine life off the coast of Maine, and surprising resilience in Baltimore’s urban forests.
Rapidly reducing greenhouse gas emissions is indispensable to limit the risks of crossing tipping points in the climate system.
During bedtime my little spider monkey
asked what we’re doing about global warming
Despite ridicule by Republican leaders, calls for a Green New Deal resonate with 80 percent of Americans.