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Painful to see our principal public conservation agency promoting killing our widlife.
I went to New Zealand on holidays about eight or nine years ago and couldn’t believe how green it was. I really couldn’t quite understand it. Australia was in the grip of the decade-long drought th...
Painting of giraffes from Tassili, southern Algeria document earlier moist period. Explain what began and ended that please.
In the give and take of the current global warming debate, it's easy to lose track of context. Thankfully, we have a geological history to use as a window to our past. And by using that window we c...
CO2 at the current 400ppm level occurred in our past. Sea level was about 75' higher than today. We've just reached 400ppm, and don't know how long it will take for sea level to rise 75', especially since CO2 will probably continue to increase.
The impoverished, less populated northeast is in its worst drought in at least 50 years, hundreds of thousands of cattle have died from the dry conditions, local officials say.
January was the hottest month on record in parts of Brazil including its biggest city, S&atild …
The tropical carbon cycle has become twice as sensitive to temperature variations over the past 50 years, new research has revealed. The research shows that a one degree rise in tropical temperature leads to around two billion extra tons of carbon being released per year into the atmosphere from tropical ecosystems, compared with the same tropical warming in the 1960s and 1970s.