Climate scientist Michael Mann talks about how important it is to take action before we see climate change’s worst consequences. Plus, research suggests that comedy is a powerful way to mobilize people. And, marine biologists are scrambling to help protect the rapidly dying reef in the Florida Keys.
2023’s Climate Week NYC witnessed hundreds of events, protests, and pledges from world leaders at the UN General Assembly meeting.
With water temperatures higher than 100 degrees Fahrenheit, coral bleaching is worse than ever.
How do you make a video game about climate change that’s fun to play? The annual Climate Jam competition aims to do just that.
Renowned climate scientist Michael Mann talks about how important it is to take action now—before we see climate change’s worst consequences.
Systemic change is integral to climate change mitigation—but what role can individuals play in these important conversations?
How does our changing climate get expressed in a folk song versus a video game?
Exciting news in the search for extraterrestrial life.
Reporters at Houston Public Media found just how dangerous heat can be for public transit riders.
A new study explains why wide receivers on professional football teams feel slimmer and faster when they wear smaller numbers.
Measuring cesium in wild boar and uranium in turtles sheds light on how radioactive materials travel through the environment.
Their findings may allow scientists to study embryonic development more closely and better understand things like miscarriage and genetic diseases.