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Evia Island, Hiliadou Beach

Fire and flooding bring tragedy to Greece’s Evia island

Jonathan Campbell, Staff Writer October 22, 2021

Between wildfires and recent floods, Greece’s Evia Island has suffered a devastating 2021.  In August, the island was ravaged by wildfires that, according to a New York Times article "devastated...

Earth’s axis potentially wobbles due to humans

Peter Zheng, Staff Writer October 5, 2018

According to research by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, “Human activity increases the wobbling of the Earth’s axis as the planet is spinning.” The main way humans affect the wobble of the Earth...

Rising heat indicates climate collapse

Ian Penny, World & Nation Editor September 2, 2016

For much of July, the thermometer at Piedmont Triad International Airport ebbed between 70 and 90 degrees Fahrenheit. Citizens of Greensboro experienced a slightly warmer than average month. The world...

This map marks where cocoa is grown, which is primarily along the equator.

The Chocopocalypse may come sooner than we think

Rachel Henley, Staff Writer April 8, 2016

It is time to start stockpiling your Kit Kats and Hershey’s Kisses. The world is beginning to run low on chocolate. Due to factors including climate change, disease, aging farmers and aging cocoa...

Climate change report receives mixed responses

Climate change report receives mixed responses

Olivia Neal, Staff Writer October 25, 2013

“It’s killing the bees, and if the bees die, we die,” said junior Hannah Schewel when asked to speak about climate change. Time recently reported that the mortality rate in honeybees has risen from...

Q&A with Daniel Grossman

Q&A with Daniel Grossman

Bryan Dooley, Senior Writer April 19, 2013

Q: From reading your biography on the internet, I notice you have a Ph.D. in Political Science as well as B.S. in Physics from MIT. How do such divergent academic interests inform your work today? A:...

Years of global warming affect Arctic sea ice caps

Brittany Murdock, Staff Writer September 28, 2012

The Arctic ice has officially stopped melting for the summer, but that does not mean we can rest easy. Researchers predict that the ice will be completely melted by year 2020, reports The New York Times,...

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