She Discovered Global Warming, So Why Haven't You Heard Of Her?

In 1856, Eunice Newton Foote was the first person to publish research connecting CO2 levels in the air and global warming. The credit for this discovery, however, went to a man.


The Hidden Figure in Climate Science - John Tyndall is credited with the link between CO2 and climate—but Eunice Newton Foote got there first.
The woman who discovered global warming — in 1856! Scientist David Suzuki's tribute to Eunice Newton Foote.
Eunice (2018) - Short live-action film dramatizing Eunice Newton Foote's struggle against sexism in trying to get her research considered.
Eunice Newton Foote was one of the key organizers of the first women's rights conference, held at Seneca Falls, New York, in 1848. She and her husband, Elisha, were also signatories of the Declaration of Principles produced by the conference.
Eunice Newton Foote - Wikipedia page with additional details about her life.
Information on the local and family context of Eunice Newton Foote's life.