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How will Arctic mammals respond to climate change? – Cosmos

An Arctic fox (Vulpes lagopus) asleep in the snow. Credit: Richard Hamilton Smith With the iconic polar bear on thin ice, as global warming melts away its hunting ground, how will other Arctic mammals fare? Computer modelling allows us ways…

The surprising story of ‘warming stripes’ – The New York Times

June 21 is Show Your Stripes Day. Stripes, as in warming stripes, a popular way to visualize global warming trends over the last 150 years. You’ll find warming stripes on face masks (see my Twitter profile), on scarves (Blackrock’s chief…

What is ‘committed warming’? A climate scientist explains why global warming can continue long after emissions end – The Daily Nonpareil

Greenhouse gases emitted today will warm the planet for years. David McNew/Getty Images By now, few people question the reality that humans are altering Earth’s climate. The real question is: How quickly can we halt, even reverse, the damage? Part…

What is ‘committed warming’? A climate scientist explains why global warming can continue long after emissions end – Corvallis Gazette-Times

Greenhouse gases emitted today will warm the planet for years. David McNew/Getty Images By now, few people question the reality that humans are altering Earth’s climate. The real question is: How quickly can we halt, even reverse, the damage? Part…

Will more ‘mouths to hell’ open up because of climate change? We asked a permafrost expert – Euronews

You may have seen photos of a cavernous chunk of land in Siberia recently, accompanied by headlines on the growing ‘mouth of hell’. The Batagaika crater in Yakutia, Russia, has recently entered the news again, though there’s no major update…

Washington’s Wine Industry Confronts Climate Change Risks – TriplePundit

The state of Washington’s wine industry faces an increasingly grim fate at the hands of climate change. Winemakers must evolve to combat changes brought forth by global warming or go extinct if they’re not willing to adapt. But now, there’s…

Corals need our help to survive global warming – Earth.com

Coral reefs are amazing, thriving ecosystems built of living geology and a fantastical array of fishes, bivalves, cnidarians, echinoderms and more. Diving into one or snorkeling above one is a magical experience that makes the human world pale by comparison. …

Number of Greater One-Horned Rhinos Reaches New High – Up From Just 100 Individuals

Confirmation from India came this week hailing a conservation success story for the greater one-horned rhino. The International Rhino Foundation announced the milestone, reporting that the population now numbers 4,014 individuals—up from just 100 individuals 50 years ago. The government of Assam, the province in India that is home to 70% of the population, just […]

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