In Extreme Weather Both Heat And Cold Can Kill
In Extreme Weather Both Heat And Cold Can Kill
by Garth Heutel, Georgia State University; et al
Climate change is increasing the frequency and strength of some types of extreme weather in the United States,…
We're Climate Researchers And Our Work Was Turned Into Fake News
We're Climate Researchers And Our Work Was Turned Into Fake News
by Michael Grubb, UCL
Science is slow. It rests on painstaking research with accumulating evidence. This makes for an inherently uneasy…
There Was A Record Temperature Surge From 2014 To 2016
There Was A Record Temperature Surge From 2014 To 2016
by Mari Jensen-University of Arizona
Global surface temperatures surged by a record amount from 2014 to 2016, researchers report.
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Once We Geoengineer The Climate, We Can’t Stop Abruptly
by Todd Bates-Rutgers University
In the future, should we try to fight climate change by spraying sulfur dioxide into the upper atmosphere to form a…
How Urban Forests Add To Cities’ Health And Wealth
How Urban Forests Add To Cities’ Health And Wealth
by Tim Radford, Climate News Network
Planting more urban forests is a simple way not only to improve the health of a city’s people, but to make them…
Why The Doomsday Clock Puts World Risk At 65-year High
Why The Doomsday Clock Puts World Risk At 65-year High
by Alex Kirby, Climate News Ntwork
The Doomsday Clock, a measure by scientists of the risk to global survival, now says the danger is the greatest since…
Why Trump Is Confused On The Climate’s Security Threat
Why Trump Is Confused On The Climate’s Security Threat
by Alex Kirby, Climate News Network
The new US national defense strategy appears to leave President Trump in two minds on the risk from climate’s security…
Will The Weather Get Worse In 2018?
Will The Weather Get Worse In 2018?
by Lindsay Beevers, Heriot-Watt University
Last year unleashed some catastrophic weather across the world. At the beginning of 2017, Australia experienced one of…
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Cloud Seeding For Snow Actually Works, It Turns Out
by Courtney Flatt ,Oregon Public Broadcasting
Scientists are one step closer to making more snow fall during winter storms. The controversial process is called cloud…
50 Percent Of US Military Bases Report Climate Extremes
50 Percent Of US Military Bases Report Climate Extremes
by Travis J. Tritten , Washington Examiner
About half of U.S. military facilities around the world have experienced climate extremes and threatening weather,…
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How Climate Change May Help Nova Scotia's Wine Industry Flourish
by Preston Mulligan, CBC Reporter
Researchers are testing how 'exotic' varietals would fare in the province's Annapolis Valley
Here’s How Much Money The Mercer Family Donated To Climate Misinformation Groups In 2016
Here’s How Much Money The Mercer Family Donated To Climate Misinformation Groups In 2016
by Zahra Hirji, BuzzFeed
The Mercer family, among President Trump’s most powerful donors, in 2016 gave nearly $4 million to groups that…
Other Cities Ignore Paris Floods At Their Own Peril
Other Cities Ignore Paris Floods At Their Own Peril
by Jeffrey H. Jackson, CNN
Paris is flooding, and it should give us reason to pause and reflect on whether our cities are prepared for the impact…
Oceans During 2017 Were the Hottest on Record
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by Robert Scribbler
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Why Energy Policy Should Focus on Climate
Why Energy Policy Should Focus on Climate
by The Editors, Bloomberg
Good sense on energy hasn't fled Washington entirely.
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Wild Gyrations in Winter Temperatures. Why?
by Paul Beckwith
Winter temperatures seem to gyrate from extreme cold to extreme warmth, and back again, in an endless repeating cycle.