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Human Action Will Decide How Much Sea Levels Rise
Human Action Will Decide How Much Sea Levels Rise
by Tim Radford
Sea levels will go on rising, because of human action. By how much, though, depends on what humans do next.
What Is Climate Sensitivity?
What Is Climate Sensitivity?
by Robert Colman and Karl Braganza
Humans are emitting CO2 and other greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. As these gases build up they trap extra heat…
Warnings of Worse-Than-Usual Hurricane Season Point to Trouble Ahead
Warnings of Worse-Than-Usual Hurricane Season Point to Trouble Ahead
by Eoin Higgins
Hurricane season is about to start and its risks will only grow and potentially compound any impacts from the pandemic.
Fossil Fuels Are Heading Down, But Not Yet Out
Fossil Fuels Are Heading Down, But Not Yet Out
by Kieran Cooke
Renewable energy is making rapid inroads into the market, but fossil fuels still wield enormous global influence.
Heatwaves Too Hot And Wet For Human Life Are Here
Heatwaves Too Hot And Wet For Human Life Are Here Now
by Tim Radford
Lethal heatwaves carrying air turned too hot and wet to survive are a threat which has arrived, thanks to climate…
How Dangerous Is Low-level Radiation To Children?
How Dangerous Is Low-level Radiation To Children?
by Paul Brown
A rethink on the risks of low-level radiation would imperil the nuclear industry’s future ? perhaps why there’s never…
There Are No Time-travelling Climatologists: Why We Use Climate Models
There Are No Time-travelling Climatologists: Why We Use Climate Models
by Sophie Lewis and Sarah Perkins-Kirkpatrick
The first climate models were built on fundamental laws of physics and chemistry and designed to study the climate…
Global Warming Now Pushing Heat Into Territory Humans Cannot Tolerate
Global Warming Now Pushing Heat Into Territory Humans Cannot Tolerate
by Tom Matthews and Colin Raymond
The explosive growth and success of human society over the past 10,000 years has been underpinned by a distinct range…

LATEST VIDEOS

Climate Change Threatens Drinking Water Quality Across The Great Lakes
Climate Change Threatens Drinking Water Quality Across The Great Lakes
by Gabriel Filippelli and Joseph D. Ortiz
“Do Not Drink/Do Not Boil” is not what anyone wants to hear about their city’s tap water. But the combined effects of…
Talking About Energy Change Could Break The Climate impasse
Talking About Energy Change Could Break The Climate Impasse
by InnerSelf Staff
Everyone has energy stories, whether they’re about a relative working on an oil rig, a parent teaching a child to turn…
Crops Could Face Double Trouble From Insects And A Warming Climate
Crops Could Face Double Trouble From Insects And A Warming Climate
by Gregg Howe and Nathan Havko
For millennia, insects and the plants they feed on have been engaged in a co-evolutionary battle: to eat or not be…
To Reach Zero Emissions Government Must Address Hurdles Putting People Off Electric Cars
To Reach Zero Emissions Government Must Address Hurdles Putting People Off Electric Cars
by Swapnesh Masrani
Ambitious targets have been set by the UK and Scottish governments to become net-zero carbon economies by 2050 and 2045…
Spring Is Arriving Earlier Across The US, And That's Not Always Good News
Spring Is Arriving Earlier Across The US, And That's Not Always Good News
by Theresa Crimmins
Across much of the United States, a warming climate has advanced the arrival of spring. This year is no exception.
The Last Ice Age Tells Us Why We Need To Care About A 2℃ Change In Temperature
The Last Ice Age Tells Us Why We Need To Care About A 2℃ Change In Temperature
by Alan N Williams, et al
The latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) states that without a substantial decrease…
A Georgia Town Gets Half Of Its Electricity From President Jimmy Carter's Solar Farm
A Georgia Town Gets Half Of Its Electricity From President Jimmy Carter's Solar Farm
by Johnna Crider
Plains, Georgia, is a small town that is just south of Columbus, Macon, and Atlanta and north of Albany. It is the…
Majority of US Adults Believe Climate Change Is Most Important Issue Today
by American Psychological Association
As the effects of climate change become more evident, more than half of U.S. adults (56%) say climate change is the…

OTHER CLIMATE NEWS

Yes, Australia's emissions are falling – but it's a hollow boast
by Greg Jericho
The latest greenhouse gas emissions data released on Friday were a mixture of some good news combined with the sorrow…
Hurricane Season Collides With Coronavirus, as Communities Plan For Dual Emergencies
by JAMES BRUGGERS
In Florida, officials fear widespread confusion when stay-at-home policies conflict with evacuation orders, and they…
Top business leaders call on Boris Johnson to set out green recovery plan
by Jillian Ambrose
Britain’s most powerful business leaders have called on Boris Johnson to set out economic recovery plans that align…
States Warn That Virus May Doom Climate Projects
by Global Warming & Climate Change
If state and local governments could figure out how to better protect their residents from disasters, the logic went,…
Make Covid-19 recovery green, say business leaders
by BBC News - Science & Environment
More than 200 top UK firms and investors are calling on the government to deliver a Covid-19 recovery plan that…
Dormant ‘zombie fires’ are burning in the Arctic again after ‘hiding underground for a year’
by Harry Pettit
Fierce fires that have lain dormant for months are igniting once again across the Arctic region.
Antarctic Ocean Reveals New Signs of Rapid Melt of Ancient Ice, Clues About Future Sea Level Rise
by Bob Berwyn
A study of seafloor ripples suggests that ice shelves can retreat six miles per year, a quantum increase over today’s…
Plunging solar energy prices spell bright future for clean electricity
by Super User
Solar energy has fallen in cost faster than experts predicted. How did electricity from photovoltaic panels get so…
Next UN climate summit to be delayed to November 2021, UK hosts propose
by Megan Darby
The Cop26 negotiations in Glasgow, UK, are likely to be held a full year later than planned, to allow time to bring the…
A summer unlike any other: heatwaves and Covid-19 are a deadly combination | US news
by Maanvi Singh in San Francisco
Temperatures in some California cities this week broke decades-old records.
The coming recession is the best reason to step up the pace of renewables investment
by Frank Jotzo
The Covid-19 recession will bring fiscal stimulus on a massive scale.There are high hopes that the recovery will be…
Climate change is driving widespread forest death, creating shorter trees
by Anonymous
Forests across the world are transforming as the Earth heats up and as more frequent and severe droughts, wildfires and…
Bees force plants to flower early by cutting holes in their leaves
by Hannier Pulido
Hungry bumblebees have a trick up their sleeve. Hungry bumblebees can coax plants into flowering and making pollen up…

EVIDENCE

Why We Won't Be Heading Into An Ice Age Any Time Soon

Why We Won't Be Heading Into An Ice Age Any Time Soon

James Renwick
When I studied climate in my university geography course in the 1960s, I am sure we were told that the Earth was cooling.

IMPACT

We Simulated How A Modern Dust Bowl Would Impact Global Food Supplies And The Result Is Devastating

Miina Porkka et al
When the southern Great Plains of the US were blighted with a series of droughts in the 1930s, it had an unparalled impact on the whole country.

SOLUTIONS

Why A 17% Emissions Drop Does Not Mean We Are Addressing Climate Change

Why A 17% Emissions Drop Does Not Mean We Are Addressing Climate Change

Larissa Basso
The global COVID-19 quarantine has meant less air pollution in cities and clearer skies. Animals are strolling through public spaces, and sound pollution has diminished, allowing us to hear the birds sing.

POLITICS

How Dystopian Narratives Can Incite Real-world Radicalism

How Dystopian Narratives Can Incite Real-World Radicalism

Calvert Jones and Celia Paris
Humans are storytelling creatures: the stories we tell have profound implications for how we see our role in the world, and dystopian fiction keeps growing in popularity.

WEATHER

Hurricane Season: Vulnerable Countries Will Face Storms On Top Of Coronavirus

Anitha Karthik
In just over a month’s time, the US Atlantic hurricane season will begin. This means a series of big storms may hit the country for around six months until the end of November.

VIDEOS

Coral Reefs That Glow Bright Neon During Bleaching Offer Hope For Recovery

Coral Reefs That Glow Bright Neon During Bleaching Offer Hope For Recovery

J?rg Wiedenmann and Cecilia D'Angelo
Ocean heatwaves cause vast coral bleaching events almost every year due to climate change, threatening reefs around the world.