Environment

We won’t see greenhouse gas levels drop below significant symbolic threshold within our lifetimes, scientists think

We won’t see greenhouse gas levels drop below significant symbolic threshold within our lifetimes, scientists think

Our planet seems to have crossed a notable symbolic threshold because the global climate is continuously growing warmer.

Court saysFish and Wildlife Service Cannot Allow Killing of Nearly-extinct Red Wolves

Court saysFish and Wildlife Service Cannot Allow Killing of Nearly-extinct Red Wolves

North Carolina has a small population of red wolves, still US Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) was allowing state residents to kill the animal in their private property. But now, a court ruling has issued a preliminary injunction on Thursday (September 29) to stop the federal agency from capturing and killing the animal, which is the only the world's only wild population of red wolves.

How Abandoned Fishing Gear Killing Endangered Animals

How Abandoned Fishing Gear Killing Endangered Animals

In addition to climate change, there’s another problem for ocean animals: ghost gear. Many times in the past, rescuers found endangered whales, sea turtles and several other creatures wrapped up in abandoned fishing gear.

Report Demands for Extra Efforts from US to Achieve 2025 Emissions Goals

Report Demands for Extra Efforts from US to Achieve 2025 Emissions Goals

At Paris Climate Change Conference last year, several developed nations and biggest emitters of greenhouse gas pledged to curb emissions and announced their goals. Now, after several months of the agreement, nations are still struggling to keep emissions goals on track.

New study raises warming level that earth faces

New study raises warming level that earth faces

A journal Nature-published research paper has stunned climate scientists by unveiling that amount of carbon humans have put into atmosphere has already led earth to be commited three to seven degrees of global warming. The study is a reconstruction of earth’s average surface temperature over the past two million years.

Warming ocean could make baby lobsters’ survival difficult

Warming ocean could make baby lobsters’ survival difficult

Continuing warming oceans would become a big obstacle for the survival of baby lobsters, unveils a study carried by scientists in Maine, the state most closely associated with lobsters. The finding is a bad news for the industry catering to lobsters and also for the future of one of the most beloved seafood treats.

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