Earth’s surface temperatures in 2015 were the warmest since record keeping began in the 1880s.
Photographer Vlad Sokhin documents the effects of climate change on nations bordering the Pacific.
2016 is no doubt going to be a busy news year.
The largest ape to roam Earth died out 100,000 years ago because it failed to move to the savannah grass when climate change hit its preferred diet.
We learned a lot of things about what's happening on our planet this year, some good and some not so much.
It was a year of milestones that we would have liked to avoid.
Routing geothermal energy from Iceland would require the world's longest undersea power line. →
Earth's lakes -- containging much of the planet's fresh water -- are warming up to twice as fast as the atmosphere. Continue reading →
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