The last 30 years have been full of unusual ice shelf collapses and disintegrations across Antarctica, the Arctic, Greenland, and Canada.
The only tropical forest in the U.S. houses endangered species and sources half of the water supply for the San Juan metro area.
Between malaria and other diseases, mosquitoes cause 1 million human deaths per year. Could climate change make those numbers even worse?
As an apex predator, the decline in sharks due to overfishing and climate change has massive ramifications for marine ecosystems.
One man's environmental hazard was another fish's paradise in Oahu.
A relative of the manatee, dugongs are listed as vulnerable by the IUCN. Could climate change and commercial fishing help explain why?
Plastic straws are not a big threat to sea turtles, but climate change, commercial fishing, and poaching certainly pose major challenges.
Seagrass absorbs carbon up to 35 times faster than a rainforest, making it a climate superhero. So why are its populations declining so fast?
Jellyfish population dynamics are nuanced, but if jellyfish populations increase, many industries and ecosystems would feel a sting.
Agricultural industries are destroying a forest housing 3 million species and storing away three years worth of global carbon emissions.