Photo: Pixabay/Kanenori To limit the impacts of climate change, we will need to cut back drastically on global emissions of CO2. Yet that alone won’t be enough. We’ll also need to remove vast quantities of carbon from the atmosphere, stresses
Noise from human activities can seriously affect the physiology, behaviour, reproduction and even survival of marine creatures.
The global health benefits of meeting the new WHO guideline are likely much larger than previously assumed.
One major challenge is a profound decrease in the amount of arable land available to be cultivated.
Forest clearance in the region threatens people, wild species and freshwater supplies along with the climate.
Most college textbooks published in the 2010s had less information about climate change than in the previous decade.