The Earth’s scientists have warned incessantly, for several decades, that failure to act would result in irreversible climate damage.
Nobel prize winner Brian Schmidt: ‘Climate change … the great challenge for humanity over the next 100 years’
Nobel Prize-winning astrophysicist Brian Schmidt sees climate change as being the great challenge for humanity over the next 100 years.
The curves of population growth and carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere since 1880 almost precisely follow each other.
Ford saved some of his anger and rage to highlight the importance of science, and the worthlessness of those who would denigrate it.
A new, dire “warning to humanity” about the dangers to all of us has been written by over 15,000 scientists from around the world.
The scope of human impact on planet Earth is so great that the "Anthropocene" warrants a formal place on the Geological Time Scale.
Our world is waking up to the disaster that is climate change, but a key upstream cause is unsustainable population growth.
We'll all be dead in the next decade and there's nothing we can do to stop it, a scientist claims.
We have a finite resource and each additional person contributes to the total amount of greenhouse gas in the atmosphere.
An estimated $8.1 billion annually could keep the global population from growing a few billion in size.