#Sea level rise

  • Article: Why Climate Change and Poverty Are Inextricably Linked

    Why Climate Change and Poverty Are Inextricably Linked

    By Joe McCarthy|Feb. 19, 2020

    Fighting one problem helps mitigate the other. Read more

  • Article: Warm Ocean Water Is Melting Greenland’s Ice From Below

    Warm Ocean Water Is Melting Greenland’s Ice From Below

    By Joe McCarthy  and  Erica Sanchez|Feb. 5, 2020

    Massive “ice tongues” are to blame. Read more

  • Article: Heat Equivalent to 3.6 Billion Hiroshima Bomb Explosions Added to the Oceans in Just 25 Years

    Heat Equivalent to 3.6 Billion Hiroshima Bomb Explosions Added to the Oceans in Just 25 Years

    By Erica Sanchez  and  Brandon Wiggins|Jan. 17, 2020

    The past five years were the five hottest years of recorded ocean temperatures in history. Read more

  • Article: Sea Levels Will Keep Rising Until at Least 2300

    Sea Levels Will Keep Rising Until at Least 2300

    By Joe McCarthy  and  Erica Sanchez|Nov. 6, 2019

    “The bottom line is, no matter how much you emit, you commit to sea level rise.” Read more

  • Article: Island Nations Declare Climate Crisis as They Fight to Survive

    Island Nations Declare Climate Crisis as They Fight to Survive

    By Joe McCarthy|Aug. 1, 2019

    “This visionary declaration is a testament to the will of the Pacific people.” Read more

  • Article: US Coral Reefs Protect $1.8 Billion in Assets Every Year

    US Coral Reefs Protect $1.8 Billion in Assets Every Year

    By Joe McCarthy|May 13, 2019

    They also generate billions in revenue for tourism and fishing industries. Read more

  • Article: Indonesia Could Be the First Country to Move Its Capital Because of Climate Change

    Indonesia Could Be the First Country to Move Its Capital Because of Climate Change

    By Joe McCarthy  and  Erica Sanchez|April 30, 2019

    The government plans to spend $33 billion on the move. Read more

  • Article: Greenland Is Melting Twice as Fast as It Was 10 Years Ago

    Greenland Is Melting Twice as Fast as It Was 10 Years Ago

    By Joe McCarthy  and  Erica Sanchez|April 23, 2019

    Greenland has already lost 4,976 gigatons of water. Read more