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Hurricane Chimp’s Cheap Shot at Climate Science

Are poor hurricane season forecasts a reason to doubt climate science? A conservative Washington think tank believes the answer is yes, and th…

Plants and Climate Change: It’s Not That Simple

A new study illustrates subtleties of plant/climate relationships.

Did Someone Say ‘PDO’?

The bloggers of Climate Central respond to Joe Bastardi.

Weather on Steroids

Ben Strauss shares lessons from baseball in a hot opening week.

Global Cooling is Bunk, Draft NASA Study Finds

DAILY CLIMATE - Global warming has neither stopped nor slowed in the past decade, according to a draft analysis of temperature data by NASA's…

Much Ado About Little

Public criticism of the IPCC is getting pretty silly.

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…

Arctic Sea Ice by the Decade

NASA satellites have watched Arctic sea ice for three decades now, and the record shows more and more melting over time.

The Velocity of Climate Change

What happens to species as climate changes? A new paper in Nature by Scott Loarie provides some unexpected results.

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…

Predictions of Sea Level Rise Are Increasing

CLIMATE CENTRAL - A new study in Nature suggests that the conventional wisdom on long-term sea-level rise in a warmer world is too low.

Why Temperatures Could Eventually Go Higher Than We Think

Michael Lemonick explains why most climate projections leave out important effects that will kick in after 2100.

Copenhagen Central

Copenhagen Diagnosis

The Copenhagen Diagnosis is a major climate change report released on November 24, 2009. Key findings in the report include that climate-relat…

If we can’t predict weather two weeks ahead, how can we predict climate fifty years from now?

How do we predict the consequences of climate change?

Raising the Bar: Climate Projections for Decision Making

Ensembles of Climate Models

Drilling Back to the Future: Climate Clues from Ancient Ice on Greenland

Just before the last Ice Age, temperatures were 5 to 9° F warmer than today, and global sea level was 13 to 20 feet higher. In July 2009, Cli…

Greenland: Ice Cores and Climate

An international team of climate scientists, working on the NEEM research project, has just completed their first season toward drilling a 1.6…