The planet’s changing climate demands that we summon the energy to leave behind the Age of Fossil Fuel (and maybe some of the Age of Capitalism as well).
Overwrought rhetoric and Stalinist tactics from a fake climate change "skeptic" site.
Chairman Eric Schmidt should heed his own advice – and base energy policies on facts Guest essay by Paul Driessen and Chris Skates In a recent interview with National Public Radio host Diane Rehm, Google Chairman Eric Schmidt said his company “has a very strong view that we should make decisions in politics based on…
Impact of Antarctic mixed-phase clouds on climateAuthors:Lawson et alAbstract:Precious little is known about the composition of low-level clouds over the Antarctic Plateau and their effect on climate. In situ measurements at the South...Show More Summary
Located in Allen Park, MI, Ford's Driveability Test Facility can simulate the harshest conditions all in a controlled environment, including extreme cold, as highlighted in this latest video clip. Continue reading Inside Ford's high-tech...Show More Summary
Rut Abrain reflects on her blog Esturirafi about one of the main cause of climate change: the production of carbon dioxide (CO2). In this sense, the blogger stresses out that not only factories, vehicles and planes produce CO2, but also each one of un in our daily lives. To have...
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China’s wealth boom has turned the country into a growing new market for private jet suppliers in recent years. Yet a government crackdown on corruption and a creeping anti-luxury climate under Chinese President Xi Jinping may be changing that. Show More Summary
By Paul Brown, Climate News Network Academics argue that nuclear power is essential to save the planet from climate change, but critics say they seem to have forgotten the danger of a nuclear winter.
Here's a little tidbit that dropped earlier this week: President Obama's approval ratings are at their highest point since May, 2013, leaping up after his actions on immigration, Cuba, and climate change. Republicans cannot have this, but they're occupied with their plots for the next Congress, so they sent Michele Bachmann out to spew. The way Rep. Show More Summary
All because you drove your fossil fueled vehicle and/or took a fossil fueled flight to travel to see your relatives Climate change making white Christmases a thing of the past:
New studies reveal that increasing global temperatures are likely to put a damper on wheat crop yields. A six percent reduction in yields is expected for each 1.8 degree F (1 degree C) increase in temperature. Considering that current emissions levels could
This year may go down as one of the more consequential years for action to prevent the worst effects of climate change. I have written in the past about why fighting climate change is proving to be such a challenge, but an end-of-the-year reflection on what we are getting right might make for a refreshing change. Show More Summary
Looking at the 10th edition of the Climate Change Performance Index, there is good and bad news.
“I’M DREAMING OF an ozone layer,? Just like the one I used to know / Which kept out UV rays / Before aerosol sprays / And allowed for actual snow.” More »
We’ve seen recent polls that show interest in “climate change” as being dead last with members of the public, now here’s yet another indicator. Eurekalert gauged the popularity of its science news releases, hundreds of which were about climate change during this past year, and not surprisingly, “climate change” didn’t win, place, or show. EurekAlert!…
It's been a rough year, meteorologically speaking, on the Blue Marble. We've seen record heat, record snow, record flooding, record drought, rising sea levels and super typhoons — and extreme climate events are expected to continue unless...Show More Summary
By Alex Kirby, Climate News Network Rising temperatures in Finland illustrate the increasingly rapid pace of warming in high northern latitudes—a trend that has accelerated over the last 40 years.
Energy sources and related commodities have driven national security issues ever since the modern nation-state was born with the Peace of Westphalia. Oak made Spain and England’s stout sailing ships. Water energy and wind drove mills and moved water. Show More Summary
Climate change, particularly global warming, might be a good thing according to Obama’s science czar Dr. John Holdren. In a recent online question and answer session from the White House, Holdren suggested that man-made global warming is preventing a new ice age. Show More Summary