2018 Was the Hottest Year Ever Recorded for Our Oceans

The year 2018 was the hottest year for the planet’s oceans ever since record-keeping began in 1958, according to a worrisome new study from international scientists. The findings, published Wednesday in the journal Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, noted that the five warmest years for our oceans were the last five years—2018, 2017, 2015, …

New Study Reconciles a Dispute About How Fast Global Warming Will Happen

Unfortunately, mainstream climate scientists are still right, and we’re running out of time to avoid dangerous global warming. We’re currently on pace to double the carbon dioxide-equivalent (including other greenhouse gases) in the atmosphere by around mid-century.  Since the late 1800s scientists have been trying to answer the question, how much global …

Connecting People to Nature – in the City and on the Land, from the...

For this year’s World Environment Day, millions of people around the globe will answer the call to ‘connect with nature,’ celebrating the day by going to a park or heading to the beach and taking forward the call to protect the Earth that we share. World Environment Day is the …