Precisely 384 million years after the first trees evolved, Homo sapiens arrived. Trees came and stayed, watching millions of animal species arrive and then disappear into the void of extinction.
Changes in drainage patterns or poor construction techniques can result in the unwelcome surprise of finding your car or home at the bottom of a newly formed sinkhole.
If we time-traveled back 1.8 billion years, the world would certainly not“seem the same”. The apex of life consisted of single-celled slime floating in ancient oceans.
FEMA has decided that homeowners should pay their way and the agency has incorporated climate change risk into flood insurance premiums next year.
ater on Earth may have originated from early bombardment by water-laden asteroids and cosmic debris soon after the earth formed.
Like the canary in the coal mine, indicator species like frogs, will die off early, leaving the rest of us with a warning.
Greenland rises, and continents move as humankind’s grand experiment continues changing the only planet we have.
Aiding our existing ecosystems as they transform to a warmer world is the first priority for adaptation. Planting trees is trendy, but managing ecosystems is smart.
We can’t plant our way out of climate change.
Climate change is getting personal, and calls for action are increasing, but in true form, many of us believe someone else will make the sacrifice to solve our climate dilemma. All politics is local, so make climate change adaptation a priority and vote for candidates who want to solve our problems, not hide from them.