Global temperatures keep rising and ice melt in the Arctic continues apace as January global warmth broke all-time records.
Animal and tree die-offs are becoming the norm, and the Indian Ocean is en route to becoming an “ecological desert.”
Temperatures, sea level rise and extreme weather events continue to set records as the planet burns.
In recent news, the UN warns of 50 million climate refugees within a decade and the melting of Greenland is accelerating.
Recent scientific reports reveal that more than half of all marine life has been wiped out since 1970.
Wildfires scorched the western US; a record-breaking size of ice calved from a glacier in Greenland; and more on climate disruption.
With up to 10 feet of sea level rise expected by 2050, the latest indicators show abrupt climate disruption is upon us.
Humans are both the cause and at risk of annihilation in the Earth’s sixth mass extinction event.
As human-caused climate disruption progresses, sea level rise is happening far faster than previously expected.
We are at the very beginning of a period of “abrupt” climate disruption.