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Climate Change and Penguin “Poop” Are Causing Green Snow to Appear on Antarctica 
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Climate Change and Penguin “Poop” Are Causing Green Snow to Appear on Antarctica 

Everyone knows Antarctica is a beautiful white desert. Snow. Cold. Ice. Penguins. That’s what springs to mind when someone mentions…
Millions of Years Ago, Ancient Humans Undertook Technological Innovations in the Face of Climate Change
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Millions of Years Ago, Ancient Humans Undertook Technological Innovations in the Face of Climate Change

A study published in the National Science Review titled “Technological innovations at the onset of the Mid-Pleistocene Climate Transition in…
Geoengineering: Scientists Want to Inject Sulfur Dioxide Into Earth’s Atmosphere to Mitigate Climate Change
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Geoengineering: Scientists Want to Inject Sulfur Dioxide Into Earth’s Atmosphere to Mitigate Climate Change

Scientists have proposed that injecting SO2 (Sulfur dioxide) into the atmosphere could help us mitigate climate change. According to researchers…
Abrupt Climate Change 8,000 Years Ago Led To Dramatic Population Decline In South America
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Abrupt Climate Change 8,000 Years Ago Led To Dramatic Population Decline In South America

According to reports, abrupt changes in Earth’s climate around 8,000 years go let to a catastrophic decline in early South…
To Solve Climate Change and Biodiversity Loss, we Need a Global Deal for Nature
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To Solve Climate Change and Biodiversity Loss, we Need a Global Deal for Nature

Earth’s cornucopia of life has evolved over 550 million years. Along the way, five mass extinction events have caused serious…
Coffee: 60% of Wild Species are at Risk of Extinction due to Climate Change
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Coffee: 60% of Wild Species are at Risk of Extinction due to Climate Change

Is your morning coffee an espresso or a skinny latte? Is it from a darkly roasted French or Italian blend?…
Climate Change Caused the Fall of the World’s First Empire 4,000 Years Ago
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Climate Change Caused the Fall of the World’s First Empire 4,000 Years Ago

Gol-e-Zard Cave lies in the shadow of Mount Damavand, which at more than 5,000 meters dominates the landscape of northern…
Climate Change Could Lead to an “Extinction Domino Effect” Annihilating All Life on Earth
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Climate Change Could Lead to an “Extinction Domino Effect” Annihilating All Life on Earth

Researchers have recently warned that climate change could lead to an extinction level domino effect, which could destroy all living creatures…
Climate Change Caused Demise of Ancient Indus Valley Civilization 4,000 years ago
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Climate Change Caused Demise of Ancient Indus Valley Civilization 4,000 years ago

For centuries have experts tried understanding what exactly caused the demise of one of the greatest ancient civilizations on Earth,…
Climate Change is Displacing the Axis of Earth’s Rotation
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Climate Change is Displacing the Axis of Earth’s Rotation

A new study has revealed that the loss of ice caused by climate change is one of the three causes…
How a Change in Climate Wiped out the ‘Siberian Unicorn’
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How a Change in Climate Wiped out the ‘Siberian Unicorn’

Kieren Mitchell, University of Adelaide; Adrian Lister, Natural History Museum; Alan Cooper, University of Adelaide, and Chris Turney, UNSW A…
A Change in Earth’s Orbit Pushed Mankind Out Of Africa
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A Change in Earth’s Orbit Pushed Mankind Out Of Africa

Changes in the Earth’s orbit that influenced the planet’s climate could lead to more humid corridors that allowed human migration…
15 Discoveries on Mars That Changed Everything We Thought We Knew About the Red Planet
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15 Discoveries on Mars That Changed Everything We Thought We Knew About the Red Planet

Mankind is on the verge of exploring the entire solar system, paving the way for colonization. In our journey to…
The Sahara Cycles Between Dry and Wet Climate Every 20,000 Years
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The Sahara Cycles Between Dry and Wet Climate Every 20,000 Years

Dust deposited on the coasts of West Africa during the last 240,000 years reveals that the Sahara – the largest…
Study Finds Organic Food is Worse for Earth’s Climate Than Non-Organic Food
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Study Finds Organic Food is Worse for Earth’s Climate Than Non-Organic Food

A recently published study has shown that organic food may not help our planet. If you are one of the…
Within a Decade, Earth’s Climate Could Look Like it did 3 Million Years Ago
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Within a Decade, Earth’s Climate Could Look Like it did 3 Million Years Ago

According to a new, worrying scientific paper, mankind has managed to rewind our planet’s climate clock 50 million years in…
This Alien-Looking Creature Has Survived in Antarctica for at Least 30 Ice Ages
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This Alien-Looking Creature Has Survived in Antarctica for at Least 30 Ice Ages

Studying Antarctica is of great importance for the future of the planet. The better understanding of how ice sheets on…
Researchers Find Incredibly Well-Preserved Fossilized 10,000-Year-Old Mammoth 
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Researchers Find Incredibly Well-Preserved Fossilized 10,000-Year-Old Mammoth 

A local reindeer herder in Russia has come across a sensational discovery: the remains of a teenage woolly mammoth with…
Younger Dryas Caused by Intense Volcanic Activity and Not Massive Meteor Impacts 13,000 Years Ago
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Younger Dryas Caused by Intense Volcanic Activity and Not Massive Meteor Impacts 13,000 Years Ago

Researchers have found that around 13,000 years ago, unprecedented volcanic activity caused the climate on Earth to cool down drastically,…
Dangers of Global Warming: Doomsday Vault Svalbard Records Highest Ever Temperature
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Dangers of Global Warming: Doomsday Vault Svalbard Records Highest Ever Temperature

The Norwegian meteorological institute has revealed that the island of Svalbard, home to the doomsday vault, recorded its highest-ever temperature. …
How the Eruption of a Volcano in Alaska is Linked to the Demise of Ancient Rome
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How the Eruption of a Volcano in Alaska is Linked to the Demise of Ancient Rome

The eruption of Alaska’s Okmok volcano is linked to a previously unexplained period of extreme cold weather in ancient Rome.…
Making Progress: Nearly a Fifth of World’s Ocean Floor Mapped Thanks to Seabed 2030
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Making Progress: Nearly a Fifth of World’s Ocean Floor Mapped Thanks to Seabed 2030

When you think about it, we know more about the surface of the Moon and planets like Mars than we…
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