The driest place in North America was hammered by catastrophic flooding last year, and the hottest...Read More
Tag: climate change
Central Valley spring-run Chinook salmon typically follow a 3- or 4-year life cycle, a strategy that provides some resilience to catastrophic events occurring to an individual year class.Read More
Dear Earthtalk: What’s the Kerfuffle Over Uranium Mining Near the Grand Canyon? — P.L.K.,...Read More
Earthtalk: You Hear a Lot About Shark Sightings and Attacks Nowadays; Does This Mean That Sharks Are More Abundant Than Ever and Doing Well Overall—or the Opposite?
Dear EarthTalk: You hear a lot about shark sightings and attacks nowadays; does this mean that...Read More
“We are the first generation to experience the impacts of climate change,” Raymond Johansen, Governing Mayor of Oslo told a packed room at Oslo Pax, the Nobel Peace Center’s first annual Peace and Climate Conference. “And we are the last generation that can actually do something about it.”Read More
In the wake of the 2016 presidential election it’s clear that California sees the world through a completely different lens than the rest of America. By a huge margin, we rejected Donald Trump and his pessimistic worldview. No hard feelings America, but we are headed in a completely different direction.Read More