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Climate Change Creates Poleward Migration of Marine Species

Apr 07, 2021 AM EDT - Maureen Blas

[VIDEO] Climate Change Drives Marine Species to Poleward Migration

Countless marine species have been driven poleward from the equator due to warming warmers. The current situation threatens marine ecosystems including the resources of people who rely on them

Cherry blossoms

Apr 07, 2021 AM EDT - Jon Agustin

Japan Records Its Earliest Cherry Blossoms Bloom In Over A Millennium

However, is this a sign of a larger climate crisis?

Stephen Hawking News Today: Physicist Says Planet Earth Won't Stay Longer

Mar 15, 2018 PM EDT - Daniela McAdams

Stephen Hawking Warns Humans About The Future, Says God Isn't Real

Stephen Hawking did several studies that surprised millions of people, which is probably why his name rose to fame. Before he died, Hawking left warnings about the future of earth and the human beings. He even claimed that God is not real after all.

Jennifer Lawrence in her latest film,

Sep 09, 2017 AM EDT - Grace Lumayag

Jennifer Lawrence Claims Recent Natural Disasters are Nature's Rage for Trump Victory

Jennifer Lawrence suggested that the Hurricanes are nature's rage for Trump victory.

Pope Francis Hands 192-Page Letter About Climate Change To Trump

May 25, 2017 AM EDT - Ella

Pope Francis Hands Trump 192-Page Letter About Climate Change

Pope Francis had a lot to say in a 192-page letter he handed to US President Trump during his visit to the Vatican.

Antarctica Is Turning Green Due To Climate Change, Research Says

May 19, 2017 PM EDT - Ella

Antarctica Is Turning Green Due To Climate Change, Research Says

Antarctica is turning green? A recent study suggests that climate change will likely turn the icy peninsula into a greener landscape in the future.

Korean-American rapper Jay Park slams a local entertainment news site for allegedly linking him into a drug scandal. (Photo by Jerome Favre / Getty Images)

Dec 08, 2016 AM EST - regrec

Jay Park Takes Part on Climate Change Awareness Project by Al Gore

Former 2PM member Jay Park uses his music and influence to share awareness on climate change issues during Al Gore's project "24 Hours of Reality."

The aviation sector presently accounts for under 2 percent of the annual carbon dioxide emissions in the world. (Photo by Stephen Brashear/Getty Images)

Feb 10, 2016 PM EST - Jean Marie Abellana

United Nations Aviation Organization Imposes New Standards On Commercial Air To Cut Carbon Dioxide Emissions

The United Nations International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) released new standards to trim down carbon dioxide emissions especially from large commercial aircrafts.

A recent economic analysis revealed that the US could get $10 trillion by 2050 for global climate action. (Photo by Sean Gallup / Getty Images)

Dec 08, 2015 PM EST - Diana Tomale

U.S. Could Gain 10 Trillion USD By 2050 From Global Climate Action, According To A Recent Economic Analysis

A recent economic analysis revealed that the United States could get trillions for global climate action by reducing carbon emissions.

Coal power plant (Photo by Han Peter Merten / Getty Images )

Nov 30, 2015 AM EST - Czarelli Tuason

Global Warming Reportedly Predeicted To Develop Faster Than Expected

A new study from the Linköping University in Sweden revealed that the Earth will be experiencing global warming faster than expected. Around 50,000 people, including world leaders, will be meeting outside of Paris on Monday to come up with an agreement that would reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Sunrise (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)

Nov 26, 2015 AM EST - Therese Agcopra

Engineering Dynamics Expert Hugh Hunt Explores The Viability of Climate Engineering and 'Block Out The Sun' As A Way To Cool Down The Earth

Hugh Hunt proposes a rather controversial strategy to help the Earth cool down as Global Warming takes its toil on it.

Fijian Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama met Pacific Island nations leaders last week to make last collective plea to address health impacts of climate change. (Photo by Simon Watts / Getty Images)

Nov 25, 2015 PM EST - Diana Tomale

Pacific Island Nations Make Last Collective Plea To Help Address The Health Impacts Of Climate Change Before U.N. Conference In Paris

Leaders from the Pacific island nations gathered to make last collective plea on the health impacts of climate change at a summit held in Fiji last week.

A fewer number of South Koreans see climate change as a serious issue. (Photo by Chung Sung Jun/Getty Images)

Nov 10, 2015 AM EST - Therese Agcopra

Lesser Number of South Koreans Believe Climate Change Is A 'Serious Problem'

48 percent of South Koreans believe that climate change poses a significant problem, a sharp drop from the 68 percent that had the same sentiments five years ago.

The World Energy Council says extreme weather caused by climate change could put the energy infrastructure at risk. (Photo by John Moore / Getty Images News)

Oct 21, 2015 PM EDT - Diana Tomale

Energy Infrastructure Would Be At Risk Due To Extreme Weather Caused By Climate Change, Says World Energy Council

A report by the World Energy Council reveals that extreme weather could put energy infrastructure at risk. Report says energy infrastructure should use a new approach called "safe-fail" systems to combat the risks brought about by climate change.

Coral bleaching in Papua New Guine, Pacific | By: Bob Halstead | Getty Images

Oct 10, 2015 AM EDT - Czarelli Tuason

Rising Ocean Temperatures From Climate Change Threatens One-Third Of The World’s Coral Reefs From Bleaching

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) warns of coral bleaching in one-third of the worlld's coral reefs, making it the third global coral bleaching event in the world ever recorded.

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