From the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences “Warming hole” delayed climate change over eastern United States April 26, 2012 50-year model suggests regional pollution obscured a global trend CONTACT: Caroline Perry, (617) 496-1351 Cambridge, Mass. – April 26, … Continue reading ?
The fight against climate warming has an unexpected ally in mushrooms growing in dry spruce forests covering Alaska, Canada, Scandinavia and other northern regions, a study finds. These findings could influence global climate change... Read Post
The dratted snow is entirely messing up this global warm….errr, I mean…climate change thingy: Snow cover over North America and much of Siberia, Mongolia and China is greater than at any time since 1966. The U.S. Natio... Read Post
Clouds decline due to global warming, suggests a study of the Northeast Pacific, which in turn would lead to more climate change. Clouds reflect sunlight, cooling the atmosphere, note the Science study authors led by Amy Clement of ... Read Post