06 December 2017
It’s getting less appealing to drill for oil in the Arctic
Oil exploration in Norway’s Arctic seems to have lost some of its appeal after a disappointing drilling campaign.
As the climate changes, winter is the fastest-warming season for much of the U.S., and New England is a hot spot. This year is no exception, and snowplow businesses are feeling the impacts.
Sticking a “high climate impact” label on a burger made 23 percent more people choose a red-meat-free option.
Scientists say climate change is forcing the Arctic carnivore to spend more time inland than in the past — raising the possibility of run-ins that could be dangerous both for humans and bears.
Maine’s Department of Marine Resources has maintained a hidden treasure in Boothbay Harbor for nearly 120 years — a daily measurement of sea surface temperatures, which provides an uncommonly long record of a warming ocean.
While heat is well-understood as a consequence of climate change, air quality is both cause and effect when it comes to the nexus with climate change.
A new proposed plan would lead to a 97% reduction in carbon dioxide emissions and create 15,353 new jobs by 2050.