On April 4, hundreds of leading scientists published the third and final part of the latest authoritative assessment on the Earth’s changing climate. Taken together, the three parts of the latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report paint an ominous picture of the accelerating impacts of global heating on humans and nature.
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Forests communicate. They send messages to animals like humans, with their color-changing leaves reminding us that the seasons are changing.
A dramatic display of weather disasters across North America this summer underscored the volatility of a changing climate. Heads turned northwest as lethal heat and wildfires enveloped the upper Pacific coast. Heads turned south, then slowly northeast as Hurricane Ida wrought havoc from the oil wells of coastal Louisiana to the subway tunnels of New York City.