How you can do your part to save the oceans, and how humanity put volcanoes to shame
T-Rex would have liked having the heat return to dinosaur territory, and other ironies of global warming in this week’s Haaretz climate change briefs!
As glacial lakes grow and the Amazon burns, the good news is that replacing steak with tofu won’t give you moobs
Multiple Israelis suffered from strokes caused by heat wave across the country
City surpasses 1902 record as mercury reaches over 42 degrees Celsius, with communities in the north getting even hotter
Plus, what might Neanderthal extinction have to teach us as methane mounts, not that the White House wants to know, in the latest climate change briefs
At least 136 people have died in various parts of Pakistan since June in rain-related incidents
We know glaciers covered the northern hemisphere during the Last Glacial Maximum, but how different are temperatures today and what did greenhouse gases have to do with it?
Heat and humidity are already reaching intolerable levels and superplants fueled by high CO2 can’t save us: It’s time for the Haaretz climate change briefs!
How sea level rise will make rivers catastrophically change course and how to make veg attractive: It’s time for the Haaretz climate change briefs!
When changes are examined only for the summer months, estimates are that average temperatures may rise by as much as six degrees, study shows
Peril looms as Alpine glaciers shrink, and preserving the last bastion remaining free of coronavirus (because nobody can get there): It's time for the Haaretz climate change briefs!
As heat mounts and much worse is anticipated, the Haaretz climate change briefs look at the stories we need to know – including ones we wish we didn’t
As heat waves roast Norway and Israel, to name but two, methane found seeping from Antarctic seabed jolts climate scientists
Lebanon, Syria, Yemen and Iraq on watchlist for hunger due to dual threat of global warming and coronavirus: It's time for the Haaretz climate change briefs
New data sheds light on megadrought risk in Texas and extreme weather in South America, and some good news on wildfire smoke in this week's climate briefs
World Meteorological Organization says rise in temperatures may miss goals of 2015 Paris accord
Our salvation won’t lie in global warming greening the Arctic or fish instantly evolving but ourselves, dust of the earth: It's time for the Haaretz climate change briefs
As Siberia passes the Dead Sea in temperature and beavers melt the permafrost, there’s good news for penguins in Antarctica in the latest climate change briefs
On dogs, the true danger to rivers and hopes for Ethiopian grain, in the latest roundup of climate change news you should know about
Why plastic is ubiquitous, not only on beaches after storms, and other climate stories you may have missed but we think you should still know about
As paleo-study reveals that Antarctic may melt faster than we realize, green investing goes institutional: It's time for the Haaretz climate change briefs
Unlikely early adopters for Hargol’s locust-based energy bars and whole insects in a jar: American evangelicals emulating John the Baptist
From aquifers in Vietnam to wells in America, Haaretz climate change briefs brings you the arsenic edition, plus a moment in a Mississippi marsh
As 2020 takes shape as the hottest year ever, animals in Spain are losing their prophetic qualities, brought to you by the Haaretz climate change briefs
Scientists tweak sea level rise forecasts, upward, and could the Indian Ocean develop its very own El Niño storms? Oh yes, it’s time for the Haaretz climate change briefs
As CO2 concentrations and the price of corn head for uncharted territory, it’s time for the Haaretz climate change briefs
‘Dead zones’ are forming on our coasts, insects are starving and Americans are breathing in filthy air – yes, it’s your weekly climate change pick-me-up
The global shutdowns did disrupt pollution for a bit, but how likely is it that the world will collectively decide to forgo consumption to fight climate change for the future greater good?
Climate change is driving drought that could be worse than anything in recorded history, scientists warn, based on climate model and observations on the ground