Philip Duffy, an IPCC co-author, comments on the spate of recent attacks on the IPCC.
Michael Lemonick explores the somewhat confusing connection between the ozone hole and climate change.
Michael Lemonick blogs about "The Real Holes in Climate Change," as seen in Nature.
It's perfectly reasonable to suspect the current cold waves in parts of the US and Europe argue against global warming. But it also misses a major point about climate science.
What happens to species as climate changes? A new paper in Nature by Scott Loarie provides some unexpected results.
Berrien Moore weighs a recent distraction from the scientific facts.
As a scientist and a first-time observer of the international political process to combat climate change, Nicole Heller wonders about the role of science in the negotiations.
Andrew Freedman reports on his acclimation to the climate summit.