Climate Change Could Reduce Coffee Production By 80% By 2050

Climate change will cause coffee acreage to shrink by 2050.

Climate Scientists Flocking to France for Funding and Support

American climate scientists can’t resist the opportunity to work in a country that values science — and offers $70 million in research funding.

After The Storms: The Long-Term Effects of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria

Aside from property and infrastructure damage, this season’s hurricanes are leaving long-lasting environmental and health nightmares in their wakes.

Pope Francis Issues Strong Rebuke To Trump

While en route from Colombia to Rome, Pope Francis shared with journalists a passage from Psalms about the stubbornness of man as they flew over the devastation of Hurricane Irma in the Caribbean: “Man is stupid, the Bible said […] When you don’t want to see, you don’t see.” The pope was speaking pointedly of … Continued

Hurricane Irma Strengthens, Florida and Caribbean Brace For Impact

Hurricane Irma made landfall early this morning in the Caribbean on the small island of Barbuda as a Category 5 hurricane

A College Student Has Discovered a Huge Range of Volcanoes Under Antarctica

An undergraduate student’s curiosity led to the discovery of what could be the largest volcanic range in the world underneath Antarctica. Scientists have conflicting theories about whether those volcanoes, known as the West Antarctic Rift System, are increasing or slowing the melting of the glacier above them.

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