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How long have we known about climate change?

knowledge that burning fossil fuels is transforming the planet: We’ve Ignored Climate Change For More Than a Century. Subscribe to their channel for more climate science and smart solutions,...

Learning from leaves: Going green with artificial photosynthesis

...we can turn this ‘nuisance gas’ into useful chemicals? From Nature, see how scientists are developing an ‘artificial photosynthesis’ system that might help combat climate change and boost the economy....

Powered by Poop at the Straus Family Creamery

...Science video from the California Academy of Sciences, Spurgeon and Darrah visit California’s Straus Family Creamery. The farm’s methane digesting technology turns cow poop into electricity that fuels the entire...

Coral Spawning at Australia’s National Sea Simulator

...impacts of and adaptations to climate change, pollution, and other environmental stressors on corals and marine life. Related reading: Researchers build on coral spawning success and Explainer: mass coral spawning,...

NASA simulates how dust, smoke, and sea salt have traveled the planet

...to better understand our drastically changing climate. Read more about it on Phil Plait’s blog at SyFy. Related watching: Satellite Tracks Saharan Dust to Amazon in 3-D. Plus: One...

Into the Deep Unknown with deep sea biologist Diva Amon

...The largest animal communities and the majority of biomass on the planet live there. And the threats they face are many. Pollution, trawl-fishing, mining, and climate change all put this...

Engines of Destruction: The Science of Hurricanes

...via IOTBS: Yale survey of climate change risks and Hurricane frequency and damage estimates over last century. Next: Weather vs. Climate + Severe Weather with Crash Course Kids....

How Do Glaciers Move?

Glacier ice is weird. It’s solid. Solid things aren’t supposed to flow. But glacier ice flows like a liquid, and it does that without melting! How is this...

How dead is the Great Barrier Reef?

Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is the largest coral reef system in the world and the only living structure visible from space. Although ecosystem managers in Australia have worked...

Bear In Mind The Muskox

...As if traveling back in time, Science Friday travels to a remote part of northern Alaska to observe these incredible living relics of the Pleistocene era: Bear in Mind the...

An ‘Awesome’ 360° View At America’s First Offshore Wind Farm

At 5:30am on May 1, 2017, the Block Island Wind Farm replaced a local diesel generating plant and became America’s first offshore wind farm. According to Business Insider,...

The Arctic vs. the Antarctic

...in the TKSST Gift Guide. Next: More arctic and more Antarctica, including Science and survival on Continent 7 and Drifting With the Ice: Life on an Arctic Expedition....

Each Tree Is Its Own Adventure: Climbing giant sequoias for science

...Anthony Ambrose. They mix science with adventure, climbing these incredible giants to collect foliage samples that can help determine the sequoias’ health and conservation needs. From bioGraphic.com: Giant sequoias,...

Spend a Day With the World’s Only Grass-Eating Monkeys

...ago stretched from South Africa to Spain and into India. Once among the most prominent primates—one species was the size of a gorilla—they were likely driven to extinction by climate...

Seashell inspiration: Growing cement bricks with bacteria

Imagine an 8-year-old girl studying a seashell on the sand in Gulf Shores, Alabama in 1985. It’s her first trip to the beach and it’s a moment that...

Can you power your home with a bicycle?

...we know, using that much energy has consequences for the planet in the form of climate change. The trick now is to figure how to keep a reasonable level of...

Science and survival on Continent 7: Antarctica

...free landscapes to learn more about Earth’s microbial life in extreme environments, as well as to learn how the climate data can inform us about climate change and our own...

The 3-million-year old Ningwu ice cave never thaws

...well as the growing influence of climate change on the temperatures surrounding the ice. Next: Inside the Svalbard Seed Vault, Ice drumming on Lake Baikal, and why ice cubes crack...

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