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Greenland's ice is melting four times faster now than it was 16 years ago.

A devastating Arctic temperature rise that could submerge coastal cities and trigger species extinction is now locked in

Even if the world met its most ambitious climate change goals, winter temperatures in the Arctic will still rise 9 degrees Fahrenheit by 2050.

If you ever wondered what life will be like when climate change makes outside unlivable, Dubai can give you a good idea

Dubai has developed into a series of climate-controlled indoor spaces. You can spend entire days without ever stepping outside.
As the ocean warms, it loses oxygen, making it harder for sea life to survive.

Earth’s oceans may be way hotter than scientists realized — here’s how worried you should be

The oceans are way warmer than we thought they were, and the oxygen-starved waters are disrupting the rhythms of all kinds of marine life.
A view of Los Angeles' smog.

A dire new report reveals our capitalist economic system may not be up to the task of dealing with the climate disasters to come

If we can't dramatically cut emissions all over the globe within a dozen years, it'll be too late to avoid many of the climate catastrophes that scientists anticipate. The question is whether our current society and capitalist economic system are capable and willing to make the necessary changes.

The scariest parts of the new climate change report: The goals the world set are inadequate, and the track we’re on is disastrous

The world will start to see catastrophic effects of climate change — including more intense storms, searing heat waves, mass extinctions, droughts, and more — at 1.5 C of warming. If or when we hit 2 degrees of warming, the effects will be even worse.