NOAA's annual forecast is out, and the summer's going to be stormy.
Articles tagged "climate change"
But people may not be as gung-ho on climate action as it first appears.
Hoyt Connell is one of the most ardent trolls and climate deniers on the web. This is what makes him tick.
Five maps, charts, and graphs that prove the planet's screwed.
Welcome to the trash sauna.
In the same time period, the end of glaciers have retreated, on average, by 1300 feet.
If we are going to survive then we need to dissuade ourselves of this notion of separateness.
But there is some hope, according to a new paper.
The Arctic is melting, so Obama is sending the military north.
UMass researcher Julie Brigham-Grette on drilling for climate change prehistory.
Surprise. A new study calls this the effect of "the shadows of the future."
Between direct man-made causes like habitat loss and climate change at large, this mass extinction is moving quickly.
While the picture isn't yet complete, it's not looking good.
Forests may shift to higher latitudes as the Earth warms, but that hardly means that Earth's forested area is going to grow.
The average ocean wave height is going to decline, say scientists who have completed the first intensive models on the subject.
A new study explains how exhaust, sea spray, pine forests, and other stinks help create a natural sunscreen.
Hurricane Sandy flooded the Eastern Seaboard with 11 billion gallons of raw sewage. That's 50 times the amount of oil loosed over the course of the BP spill.
Forget the Keystone XL. Canada is considering building a giant tar sands oil pipeline through the Arctic.
A new study points to trees as smog conspirators.
Reducing Black Carbon and Other Short-Lived Climate Pollutants Could Reduce Sea Level Rise by a Third
But that's bad news for the world's air conditioning addiction.
Bear in mind, these are the words of a scientist, not a preacher going on about the rapture.
So Antarctica is probably going to turn into a giant slushy sooner rather than later.
How a few rooftop solar panels are unraveling a 100 year-old industry.