Climate Change Authority No Longer Has Any Climate Scientists On It

By:  James Felton/IFL Science  A climate change authority in Australia has a grand total of zero climate scientists, after their final climate scientist left the board. Professor David Karoly left the Climate Change Authority (CCA) after finishing his five-year term. He is the only scientist to have stuck out his term there, the Guardian reports. Other climate scientists, including Professor Clive…

What Did Stephen Hawking Mean When He Said Trump Could Turn Earth Into Venus?

By: Robin Andrews/IFL Science  Stephen Hawking is clearly not a fan of President Trump. Over the last few weeks and months, he’s been particularly aggrieved by the White House’s decision to leave the Paris climate change agreement. Previously, he’s referred to this as the “most serious and wrong decision this world has seen” on climate change. Now, speaking to BBC…

We Only Have Three Years To Prevent Climate Catastrophe, But There Is Hope

By: Josh Davis/IFL Science  If global carbon emissions don’t start to decline within the next three years, the planet will be on track for dangerous levels of climate change and the goals set for the Paris climate agreement will be unattainable. In a letter published in Nature, experts including the former UN climate chief Christiana Figueres, have set out…

Man Films Ocean During Thunderstorm. And Captured Footage Is Sending Chills Down Everyone’s Spine!

By: Simple Capacity  There are two kinds of people in this world—those who love thunderstorms and those who don’t. For some, the idea of waves crashing, loud thunder, and lightning that strikes hard is exciting, enticing and perhaps even calming. For others, it’s a frightening occurrence that is wished away immediately. Which ever side you’re…

Earth, Then And Now: Dramatic Changes In Our Planet Revealed By Incredible NASA Images

By: Bright Side  If you compare some of the photographs which can be found on NASA’s website, you can really see how human beings have changed the appearance of our world over the years. The time difference between these images ranges from five to 100 years. Incredible stuff. Pedersen Glacier, Alaska. Summer, 1917 — summer, 2005. Aral Sea, Central Asia. August, 2000 — August,…

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