Conservation International reports on a groundbreaking conference in Australia that raised awareness about the full picture of mass species migration in response to climate change — and what it means for human well-being. The conference’s key findings were recently published in a global review in Science.
Even though climate change is expected to reduce the total amount of U.S. snowfall this century, it’s unlikely to significantly rein in the most powerful nor’easters that pummel the East Coast, new research indicates.
More than a trillion new measurements of Earth’s height – blanketing everything from glaciers in Greenland, to mangrove forests in Florida, to sea ice surrounding Antarctica – are now available to the public
Climate Central assessed annual snowfall data from 107 weather stations across the United States, dating from 1970 to 2018. The results showed stark regional differences, with serious consequences for America’s cold-weather sports economy.