Over the next three years, more than 120 scientists will be working on a new comprehensive climate report for Austria.
As the climate changes and land, air and water are at risk, Native Americans, Alaska Natives and other Indigenous peoples are seeing their water sources dry up and their land disappear under rising sea levels. under attack from rising global temperatures. Researchers at the Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals brought together a diverse group of more than 100 authors to produce a first-of-its-kind report that provides an in-depth looks at what tribal nations are doing to protect against the climate crisis.
William Gutowski, a professor of geological and atmospheric sciences at Iowa State University, is a lead author of Chapter 10, “Linking global to regional climate change,” of the latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, expected to be…
Ecologist Ted Schuur was one of the lead author’s on the report’s polar regions chapter. His research focuses on permafrost