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Breathtaking Coral Reef Panoramas Help Scientists

Breathtaking Coral Reef Panoramas Help Scientists

Relying on 21st century technology and a public-private partnership, Vever’s team is on their way towards meeting their goal of creating the most comprehensive database of coral reef health on the planet. The high definition images and data are freely available to scientists, conservation managers, and the public and will provide a comprehensive ba… Read More

Australia Has its Hottest September as Fire Threat Grows

Australia Has its Hottest September as Fire Threat Grows

Winter may just be ending in Australia, but temperatures are already summerlike. September was one for the record books, with hot temperatures that baked the country from the outback to the coasts and made this the hottest September in the country’s 104-year record. The fiery start to Australia’s spring continues a trend that has the country on its… Read More

What the New IPCC Report Means for Europe

What the New IPCC Report Means for Europe

Europe has been warming faster than the global average over the last 30 years, the UN's new climate report reveals. Yesterday afternoon, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released part one of its scientific report in full. Among some of the most significant findings from a summary of the report released a few days ago are that hu… Read More

New EPA Emissions’ Regs Pack Little Punch on Climate

New EPA Emissions’ Regs Pack Little Punch on Climate

The EPA rolled out restrictive new greenhouse gas emissions standards for new power plants at the end of September, but the agency’s proposed new rules aren’t likely to have much of an impact on the nation’s overall climate change-fueling carbon emissions.… Read More

Tackling Climate Change ‘Would Save Millions of Lives’

Tackling Climate Change ‘Would Save Millions of Lives’

Tackling climate change would save millions of lives a year by the end of the century purely as a result of the decrease in air pollution, according to a new study. The study is published as scientists from around the globe gather in Stockholm to thrash out final details of a landmark assessment of climate science. Their final report is due to be … Read More

IPCC Analysis, Criticism for NOAA, Antarctic Sea Ice

IPCC Analysis, Criticism for NOAA, Antarctic Sea Ice

The IPCC report maybe have been the big climate news this week, but it wasn't the only climate muck that's fit to rake… Read More

Claudia Tebaldi Discusses the IPCC Process and Findings

Claudia Tebaldi Discusses the IPCC Process and Findings

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released part of its fifth assessment report on Friday morning. It contains a wealth of information on climate change and its impacts around the globe. Climate Central Senior Scientist Claudi Tebaldi is a lead author on the newly-released section and discusses some of the highlights and the process of d… Read More

Zeroing In on IPCC’s Sea Level Rise & Warming ‘Hiatus’

Zeroing In on IPCC’s Sea Level Rise & Warming ‘Hiatus’

By significantly raising the projected rates and amounts of sea level rise through 2100, the IPCC is sounding alarms for coastal cities worldwide, many of which are already being forced to adapt to increased coastal flooding. The devastation wrought by Hurricane Sandy in New York in 2012 drove home the lethal combination of long-term sea level rise… Read More