Next time you are gazing at Mount Hood, Mount Rainier, or any other monster volcano in the American West, remember the little volcanoes constantly popping their heads up here and there across the region.
Shifting weather patterns will force changes in the way we all live our lives. In plain language, “we must reap what we sow.”
Human intervention is the only way to implement the changes needed to decrease the frequent occurrence of ocean dead zones and protect our marine habitats.
As ice sheets melt, continents rise from isostatic rebound. A process that can lead to increasing earthquake frequency.
Those living on the margins of climate change are understandably vocal about their anxiety as their homes sink below the waters of climate change.
The fast-moving plasma cloud from a coronal mass ejection creates a solar wind, and if it hits Earth, the resulting geomagnetic storm can kick you off the internet.
Some scientists now believe the first complex animals on earth may have appeared some 890 million years ago in the form of sponges.
Modern farming practices consistently over-fertilize with synthetic nitrogen fertilizers, ensuring healthy high-yield crops, but also ensuring increased nitrous oxide emissions.
A blue carbon revival should be a part of our emerging efforts to mold the planet’s future. Some experts predict that developing and cultivating blue carbon sinks could eventually let them remove up to 15 percent of the world’s carbon emissions.
What does it mean to live in the minuscule space between birth and death, against the backdrop of a 13.8 billion-year-old universe, which spans 96 billion light-years?