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Mistakes Happen

  • Published: Feb 3rd, 2010

Philip Duffy, an IPCC co-author, comments on the spate of recent attacks on the IPCC.

What’s Ozone Got to Do With It?

  • Published: Feb 1st, 2010

Michael Lemonick explores the somewhat confusing connection between the ozone hole and climate change.

The Real Uncertainties of Climate Change

  • Published: Jan 27th, 2010

Michael Lemonick blogs about "The Real Holes in Climate Change," as seen in Nature.

We’re Snowed Under! What Happened to Global Warming?

  • Published: Jan 11th, 2010

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.

The Velocity of Climate Change

  • Published: Dec 29th, 2009

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

Copenhagen and the Diversion of Hacked Emails

  • Published: Dec 23rd, 2009

Berrien Moore weighs a recent distraction from the scientific facts.

The Search for Science in Copenhagen

  • Published: Dec 20th, 2009

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.

Covering Copenhagen: A Day in the Life

  • Published: Dec 18th, 2009

Andrew Freedman reports on his acclimation to the climate summit.