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Running Toward Empty?

Running Toward Empty?

Even without any drying that could occur from climate change over the next few decades, the fact is that people have been taking more water from the river basin than actually flows there on average.… Read More

It’s Official: 2010 in a Statistical Tie for Warmest Year On Record

It’s Official: 2010 in a Statistical Tie for Warmest Year On Record

Both NOAA and NASA reported today that 2010 tied with 2005 for the title of warmest year on record.… Read More

US Not On Track To Meet Renewable Fuel Targets, Study Says

“The key point is that we’ve reached a wall, so we can’t place any more ethanol into our system, says Wallace Tyner, an agricultural economist from Purdue University.… Read More

Arctic Sea Ice Hits New December Low, Related to “Arctic Paradox” Weather Pattern

Arctic Sea Ice Hits New December Low, Related to “Arctic Paradox” Weather Pattern

The atmospheric circulation in question is the same weather pattern that contributed to the post-Christmas blizzard in the northeastern U.S., and the extreme cold and snow that gripped much of Europe during December. … Read More

2010 in Review: The Year Climate Coverage ‘Fell Off The Map’

2010 in Review: The Year Climate Coverage ‘Fell Off The Map’

Analysis of DailyClimate.org's archive of global media coverage shows that journalists published some 23,156 climate-related stories in English last year — a 30 percent drop from '09's tally.… Read More