"I have encountered many public health threats, but none so intransigent and pervasive as climate change."
Museums are also climate activists, racing to protect centuries of wood, paper, silk and metal from catastrophe. They're allies in the fight.
Should increasingly brutal summer heat – and uncomfortably warm autumns – compel people to install air-conditoners?
Because insects are so dependent on external conditions they may respond to climate change more acutely.
“The deadly impacts of climate change are here and now. Loss and damage can no longer be swept under the rug," says UN chief António Guterres.
Photo: Pixabay/JChristophe_Andre Scientists have been warning that as a result of warming atmospheric temperatures the ice sheets in Greenland are melting fast and that they might soon even reach a point of no return. Now new research suggests that the