In January 2009, only 41% of US voters believed that global warming was caused by fossil fuel emissions and other man-made causes. According to the report, the majority believed that global warming was part of a natural planetary trend that will reverse itself over time. In a panic to sway public perception and environmental decision making, the United Nations Climate Change Secretariat recently teamed up with Google to create a Greenhouse Gas Map detailing man's environmental pollution.
Fossil fuel subsidies: a tour of the data One of the most surprising and alarming issues in the climate and energy arena is the fact that the fossil fuels causing global warming continue to receive substantial government support, ma... Read Post
Global warming, or “climate change,” is a strangely disputed scientific phenomenon, despite consensus among scientists that a) it exists and b) humans are causing it. The debate over global warming and the role of fossil fuels in ha... Read Post
A recent study published in PLOS Biology has analyzed the chemical changes in the Earth’s oceans caused by excessive greenhouse gas emissions. It determined the cascade of events that are likely to occur if current ocean warming and... Read Post