Shaye Wolf

Shaye Wolf

Shaye Wolf is the Climate Science Director for the Center for Biological Diversity in Oakland.

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The walrus deaths shown in “Our Planet” are becoming increasingly common as the sea ice they depend on melts away faster than we predicted. (Photo: Screenshot) Views
Wednesday, April 17, 2019
Walruses Are Jumping Off Cliffs to Their Deaths—Yes, Because of Climate Change
The new Netflix series “Our Planet” documents the devastation wrought by humans on animals and their habitats. It’s heartbreaking. In fact, some scenes are so wrenching that Netflix last week tweeted a list of time stamps for scenes that “animal lovers may want to skip.” One of those scenes is in...
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San Ardo Oil Field in Monterey County, California (Photo: Loco Steve via Wikimedia Commons | CC 2.0) Views
Thursday, October 11, 2018
If We Don’t Stop Digging Up Fossil Fuels, Who Will Die?
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released a report today showing the need to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees — and the consequences if we don’t. The warning is clear: The world’s carbon budget is nearly overspent, and we’re facing a future fraught with climate change-driven death...
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