Neil Peart died yesterday, taking with him a reputation as quite possibly the most respected rock drummer on the planet. People might joke about drummers, and they might joke about Rush, but nobody’s ever
In 2019, parts of the planet were hotter than they’ve ever been before, according to NASA and NOAA’s annual temperature report. And scientists are warning the world won’t be able to reverse the damage.
The Australian bushfires that have so far killed at least 28 people and potentially more than a billion animals are due to the actions of a relatively small number of people. No, not the several dozen
If someone claiming to be from the future had shown me Boris Johnson I’d have told him to fuck off Every fiction about the future is like an ice-cream cone, melting as it moves into the future In 2016,
The impacts of the climate crisis are now clearly manifesting in ways beyond rising temperatures. In Australia, the conditions for severe bushfires are occurring far more regularly (hot days, dry land
Native to China’s Yangtze River, these fish grew 23 feet in length, but haven’t been spotted since 2003. The Chinese paddlefish and its close relatives have been around for at least 200 million years.
The North Atlantic current is a key reason western Europe is unusually warm given its latitude. Now, scientists believe there is a 15% chance of a partial collapse in the coming century. The current transports
The Runit Dome is leaking radioactive waste into the Pacific Ocean. The U.S. Congress has ordered an investigation into the so-called “Runit Dome,” a concrete dome containing contaminated radioactive leftover
Beautifully arranged rows of bok choi, parsley, tarragon and basil alongside dozens of variety of lettuce grow together in harmony under the pink glow of an LED light in a former sugar factory. Water with