Citizens are taking climate change into their own hands with a global movement

If you’re concerned about climate change, global warming, greenhouse gas emissions, and all of the other things happening to our planet these days, it can be frustrating to see report after report come out from credible, scientific sources calling for change… only to witness governments fail to really pay attention. You’re not alone in your … Continued

Olympic weightlifter's funky moves highlight heavy issue: his country is drowning

As serious scientists sweat about news from NASA revealing that we’ve just experienced the hottest July since records began (also the warmest month ever recorded since 1880 and the 10th record-breaking month in a row), a dancing weightlifter at the Rio Olympics has just forced the climate change–related plight of his Pacific nation onto the … Continued

Nature's kidneys are knackered—World's worst mangrove die-off recorded in Australia

The worst ever recorded incident of mangrove die-off has recently taken place around the Gulf of Carpentaria in northern Australia, with warm waters caused by climate change combined with El Niño to blame for the devastation. Over 700km of coastline has been affected by the ecological catastrophe, which will have a serious knock-on impact on … Continued

Here's what Earth might look like in 1000 years

How will our planet change in the next 1000 years? Especially considering that climate change is taking its toll on the polar ice caps. Watch Cosmic Journeys on the Love Nature app. Not a member? Subscribe now for your first 30 days free!

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New Guinea's rainforests are being destroyed with apparent impunity

It’s becoming hard to see the (rain) forests for the (felled) trees on the island of New Guinea at the moment. With a legal farce involving a renowned large-scale timber thief playing out in West Papua, a new report has also just revealed that an area of Papua New Guinea’s rainforests larger than Australia’s entire … Continued