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According to new research, a third of that heat - and rising - is finding its way into the deep ocean below 700m, temporarily slowing warming at Earth’s surface.
EcoWatch
 | Environment
January 19, 2016
World
"Climate change is severely impacting the health of our planet and all of its inhabitants, and we must transition to a clean energy economy that does not rely on fossil fuels, the main driver of this global problem," said Leonardo DiCaprio.
Ecowatch
 | Environment
September 25, 2015
United States, North America
While governments are working to increase access to electricity, the global population is growing faster than the rate of electrification.
EcoWatch
 | Environment
January 10, 2015
United Kingdom, Europe
Concord is the perfect place for a 21st century environmental battle, and this saga has all of the elements of a good fight.
EcoWatch
 | Environment
December 16, 2014
Peru, South America
The documentary films from across the globe bring the global discussions between countries back down to a human level.
Ecowatch
 | Environment
December 05, 2014
World
British artist Mishka Henner was flying over the country looking for satellite images of oil fields when the feed lots caught his eye.
Ecowatch
 | Photography
December 01, 2014
Vatican City, Europe
Since his election, he has established an image as an outspoken advocate for the environment, warning about the dangers of our actions.
EcoWatch
 | Environment
November 29, 2014
United States, North America
Itzcuauhtli Roske-Martinez is proving to the world that sometimes the most powerful thing you can say is absolutely nothing.
EcoWatch
 | Environment
November 20, 2014
World
As CO2 and low-level ozone levels rise, so will grass pollen production and allergen exposure.
EcoWatch
 | Environment
November 11, 2014
Nigeria, Africa, Denmark, Europe
Wecyclers enables low-income communities to make money from waste piling up in their streets.
EcoWatch
 | Environment
November 09, 2014
World, United States, North America
It also threatens its ability to gather information on how climate change is impacting the Earth.
EcoWatch
 | Space
November 05, 2014
Sierra Leone, South Sudan, Nigeria, Chad, Haiti, Ethiopia, Philippines, Central African Republic, Eritrea
Things being what they are, the most threatened countries are usually the least responsible.
EcoWatch
 | Environment
November 02, 2014
World, Sweden, Norway, Costa Rica, Germany, Denmark, Switzerland, Austria, Finland, Iceland, Spain, Europe, North America
The GGE Index provides an in-depth look at how 60 countries are doing in regards to our planet.
EcoWatch
 | Environment
October 30, 2014