Argentinian scientists measured the hottest temperature ever recorded on the Antarctic continent Friday, beating the previous record set in 2015. It's another ominous sign of the rapid warming happening across the planet.
Rising temperatures mean less snowfall, higher snowlines and thinner snowpacks. If global warming continues, there may come a time when no more Winter Olympics can be held. Maybe we could replace the Winter Olympics with mountain-climbing competitions.
Global warming is indeed affecting the entire globe: all the land, all the mountains, all the glaciers, all the seas and oceans and even the weather. Here is more bad news – and don't think the loss of coral reefs will not affect humans. It will. Dramatically.
"Daddy, why are there only seven animals in this zoo? Why are most of the cages empty?" Even if every nation meets the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement, extinction is inevitable for many species of animals.
Climate change may doom 1 in 3 species of plants, animals and insects in the next 50 years