Back in 1997, I drove from Oregon to Tennessee to start graduate school. Had never been the most of the nation before. So I was pretty excited. One of the.
If you were wondering how the heat bubble of the Northwest and Canada impacted marine life, well, it ain't good. Chris Harley smelled Kitsilano Beach before he even arrived.The odour.
Oh good god. A dozen dead Barn and Violet-green Swallows huddled together on the dusty desert floor of southern New Mexico. Numerous Western Bluebirds packed into a crevice in southern Colorado as.
In case climate change wasn't stressing the world's species enough, human politics and failure to govern is driving many of them to extinction. The story of the monarch butterfly, an.
The planet is dying and we pay absolutely no attention. The world's oceans are struggling to breathe, rapidly running out of oxygen at an unprecedented rate. Climate change is dangerously.
The story of how humans are turning the ocean into an ecologically barren trash-strewn watery desert is even more depressing than most contemporary environmental news. Researchers studying baby fish off.
Here's a "fun" visualization of seven species whose numbers are so low that they could all theoretically fit in a train car. Good job humans. And especially good job capitalism.
The news isn't depressing enough. For the last three years, not one calf has been born to the dwindling pods of black-and-white killer whales spouting geysers of mist off the.