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Tracking Temperature for a Better Look at Climate Change

A new report discusses the irreversibility of climate change.

Stabilization Targets and Irreversible Climate Change

Reframing climate change in terms of rising temperatures, rather than CO2.

Locking In Our Future

DAILY CLIMATE - Today's emissions decisions will drive the planet's weather for generations, panel concludes. The question for policymakers:…

Climate Change Can Be Hazardous to Your Health

DAILY CLIMATE - From heat stress to sewage overflows, climate change promises to bring extreme weather that can throw our nation's ill-prepare…

Humans and Climate, Past and Future

Two new studies by Stanford's Carnegie Institution for Science raise questions about human influence on the past and future of the world's cli…

Would Leaky Underground CO2 Storage Still Help Avoid Global Warming?

New study shows that capturing CO2 and storing it underground may be a viable way to limit climate change, even if some of the CO2 leaks back…

High Above the Earth, Satellites Track Melting Ice

YALE E360 - Scientists are using increasingly sophisticated satellite technology to measure the extent, thickness, and height of ice, assembli…

Positive Feedbacks in a Warming Arctic

The Arctic is warming, almost twice as fast as the global average, according to a recent study.

Climate Change and Space Junk

Earth orbit is littered with junk, including defunct satellites, spent rocket boosters, and other random debris...which may have an impact on…

Study Raises New Questions About Biofuels

Scientists are concerned about the surge in biofuel consumption, this time centering on how each type of biofuel breaks down while burning.…

Cool Roofs: ‘Geoengineering’ I Can Support

How urban-scale modification measures can help save money...and reduce climate change.

National Panel Backs State Climate Efforts

A hefty stack of reports issued by a top national science board appears to affirm California's response to the challenges of climate change.…

Plants and Climate Change: It’s Not That Simple

A new study illustrates subtleties of plant/climate relationships.

What Are the Greenhouse Emissions from Nuclear Power?

Greenhouse gas emissions from nuclear power are low by just about any measure.

Greenhouse gas emissions from nuclear electricity: low, but not zero

Green Investments Spur Growth, Emissions Cuts

DAILY CLIMATE - Households surpass industry as nation's largest source of greenhouse gas emissions.

Has Global Warming Stopped?

Global warming has slowed a little over the past decade or so, but nobody with a clue about climate change thinks this means the problem has g…

US Fossil Fuel CO2 Emissions

CO2 emissions from fossil fuel have been growing steadily in the US and are projected to continue growing until 2030 and beyond if no legislat…

Taking the Carbon Out of Coal

Carbon capture and sequestration or CCS is a technology that can remove carbon dioxide emitted by a power plant and store it underground. Clim…

Copenhagen Central

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Maple Syrup Season and Climate Change As the climate warms, maples are being tapped earlier in the year to get the sap that produces syrup.

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