High Above the Earth, Satellites Track Melting Ice

  • Published: Jul 6th, 2010

YALE E360 - Scientists are using increasingly sophisticated satellite technology to measure the extent, thickness, and height of ice, assembling an essential picture of a planet in transition.

Climategate Scientist Cleared in Inquiry, Again

  • Published: Jul 2nd, 2010

DAILY CLIMATE - Cleared by one panel, Michael Mann - and climate science in general - continue to generate controversy.

A Tale of Two Climate Change Stories

  • Published: Jul 1st, 2010

YALE FORUM FOR CLIMATE CHANGE & THE MEDIA - The Times, the Globe and the ‘Front-Page Thought’

New England’s Stately Oaks and Hemlocks Give Way as the Region Warms

  • Published: Jun 22nd, 2010

DAILY CLIMATE - Spring did not come for the oaks of Martha's Vineyard. In the denuded branches, scientists see a fingerprint of climate change - and a pattern of things to come.

Green Design Missing Some Hues, Group Says

  • Published: Jun 7th, 2010

DAILY CLIMATE - LEED's downplaying of human health should be corrected as the gold standard for sustainable design becomes more accepted, a group of environmental health scientists warn in a new report.

Honesty Is Always the Best Policy

  • Published: May 28th, 2010

ON EARTH - The author of Time's first cover story on global warming looks at climate coverage now.

Buckle in for Hurricane Season 2010

  • Published: May 26th, 2010

TIME - Anniversaries of major natural disasters are usually times to reflect with awe on the forces the planet can unleash.

The Incubators

  • Published: May 24th, 2010

DAILY CLIMATE - Local governments serve as idea labs for federal lawmakers, creating a 'safe' space as politicians consider changes to national climate and energy reform.