Climate change

How To Keep The Earth As Inhabitable As Possible

We’ve been behind where we need to be for decades now, and the fact that we’ll be living in a hotter, less hospitable world is an inevitability. The only uncertainty left is how quickly we respond and how much damage we’re going to be able to prevent.

How To Keep The Earth As Inhabitable As Possible

Documenting Climate Change By Air, Land And Sea

The New York Times photographer Josh Haner has spent the past four years capturing the effects of climate change around the world and under water.

Documenting Climate Change By Air, Land And Sea

“Glacier Exit”, A Portrait Of Rapid Environmental Change

Filmmaker Raphael Rogers stood on the ice dunes of the glaciers of Alaska in the midst of a snowy winter. The silence and majesty of the mountains surrounding us, the bluest ice we had ever seen and the steady rush of ice turned to water. 

“Glacier Exit”, A Portrait Of Rapid Environmental Change

Smithsonian Artefacts Offer Insights Into Climate Change

Institute’s collections are helping to provide an understanding of how global warming affects specific locations. Paintings of Venice show rising sea levels and tracking France’s vanishing Mer de Glace in paintings and daguerreotypes.

Smithsonian Artefacts Offer Insights Into Climate Change

Meet The People Who Live A Low Carbon Life

Some want a clear conscience. Others want to see if they are up to the challenge. But none of them want to wait until 2050 to cut their carbon emissions down to near-zero. Across the UK, environmentalists of all ages – from seven to 75 – are taking action now to lead low-carbon lives.

Meet The People Who Live A Low Carbon Life

Britain Passes One Week Without Coal Power For First Time Since 1882

Britain has gone a week without using coal to generate electricity for the first time since 1882. The landmark follows a government pledge to phase out coal-fired electricity by 2025.

Britain Passes One Week Without Coal Power For First Time Since 1882

‘We Have To Show People What’s Going On’

Climate change is making weather more extreme, and Noah Berger and Justin Sullivan, two veteran photojournalists, were on the frontlines in 2018.

‘We Have To Show People What’s Going On’

At Baltimore’s National Aquarium, Climate Change Presents Challenges

After a public backlash against marine animal parks brought on by the documentary Blackfish, the aquarium decided to move its prized pod of dolphins to a first-of-its-kind sanctuary.

At Baltimore’s National Aquarium, Climate Change Presents Challenges

How To Keep The Earth As Inhabitable As Possible

We’ve been behind where we need to be for decades now, and the fact that we’ll be living in a hotter, less hospitable world is an inevitability. The only uncertainty left is how quickly we respond and how much damage we’re going to be able to prevent.

How To Keep The Earth As Inhabitable As Possible

Documenting Climate Change By Air, Land And Sea

The New York Times photographer Josh Haner has spent the past four years capturing the effects of climate change around the world and under water.

Documenting Climate Change By Air, Land And Sea

“Glacier Exit”, A Portrait Of Rapid Environmental Change

Filmmaker Raphael Rogers stood on the ice dunes of the glaciers of Alaska in the midst of a snowy winter. The silence and majesty of the mountains surrounding us, the bluest ice we had ever seen and the steady rush of ice turned to water. 

“Glacier Exit”, A Portrait Of Rapid Environmental Change

Smithsonian Artefacts Offer Insights Into Climate Change

Institute’s collections are helping to provide an understanding of how global warming affects specific locations. Paintings of Venice show rising sea levels and tracking France’s vanishing Mer de Glace in paintings and daguerreotypes.

Smithsonian Artefacts Offer Insights Into Climate Change

Meet The People Who Live A Low Carbon Life

Some want a clear conscience. Others want to see if they are up to the challenge. But none of them want to wait until 2050 to cut their carbon emissions down to near-zero. Across the UK, environmentalists of all ages – from seven to 75 – are taking action now to lead low-carbon lives.

Meet The People Who Live A Low Carbon Life

Britain Passes One Week Without Coal Power For First Time Since 1882

Britain has gone a week without using coal to generate electricity for the first time since 1882. The landmark follows a government pledge to phase out coal-fired electricity by 2025.

Britain Passes One Week Without Coal Power For First Time Since 1882

‘We Have To Show People What’s Going On’

Climate change is making weather more extreme, and Noah Berger and Justin Sullivan, two veteran photojournalists, were on the frontlines in 2018.

‘We Have To Show People What’s Going On’

At Baltimore’s National Aquarium, Climate Change Presents Challenges

After a public backlash against marine animal parks brought on by the documentary Blackfish, the aquarium decided to move its prized pod of dolphins to a first-of-its-kind sanctuary.

At Baltimore’s National Aquarium, Climate Change Presents Challenges
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