This year, investors have launched a record-breaking number of shareholder resolutions seeking stronger action from companies on climate change.
http://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-26468564 Taking the war out of climate change! A dream that everything we thought we knew about climate science was turned upside down!
http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2014/mar/07/floods-gales-un-clima... Floods and Gales to be expected from climate change, says UN climate science chief
In a journalism climate adverse to costly, time-intensive investigations, Belfast writer Lyra McKee is hoping to defy the odds by using the power of the internet to crowdfund her book about about the last days of murdered South Belfast MP, Rev Robert Bradford. D emocracy depends on good investigative reporting. When society loses its […]
By Tim Radford, Climate News Network History and literature provide evidence of consistently mild mid-winter weather in ancient Greece, helping climate scientists to reconstruct the past and so understand the future.
From the March 9 edition of CNN's Reliable Sources: Previously: Sunday Shows' Climate Coverage Shows Media Vulnerability CNN's Reliable Sources Questions Why Media Present Existence Of Climate Change As A Debate MSNBC's Alex Wagner On Climate Change: "Why Are We Still Debating This Basic Fact?"
Extreme weather events in recent years have made states throughout the country rethink how investments in communities can make them more resilient to future storms and other types of natural disasters. There is no clearer example of this than in New York and New Jersey. read more
By Mary Fifield of Portland, Oregon. As executive director of Amazon Partnerships Foundation, Mary Fifield worked in the Ecuadorian Amazon supporting indigenous communities' efforts to fight climate change and oil extraction. She is now principal of Kaleidoscope Consulting in Portland. Show More Summary
Paul writes on his webpage: The East Anglian Daily Times have published a special supplement this week on climate change, and I have managed to persuade them to include my article, presenting a slightly less alarmist point of view. I … Continue reading ?
As almost 80 percent of Queensland is declared in drought, UN officials speak out about extreme weather and climate change. The post UN Officials Speak Out On Climate Change As Australian Drought Deepens appeared first on ThinkProgr...
Climate change can worsen drought in multiple ways. Climate scientists and political scientists often confuse the public and the media by focusing on the narrow question, “Did climate change cause the drought” — that is, did it reduce precipitation? read more
This might be getting into more of the political realm than we like to, but URR has laid down a fairly blistering screed (I mean that as a compliment) on what passes for our foreign policy. He links to an article on Our Very Serious-Sounding...Show More Summary
As the climate warms, forest fires in the West increasingly will feast on acres of dry brush, growing into giants. In a cycle that will become routine, homeowners will flee, while firefighters will rush toward their houses — and away from areas where they could be putting out wildfires. Read full article >>
New Study; Earth is Safe From ‘Global Warming’ Say the Men Who Put Man on the Moon The planet is not in danger of catastrophic man made global warming. Even if we burn all the world’s recoverable fossil fuels it … Continue reading ?
When I first wrote about the Safe Climate Caucus, they were new on the scene. Last year, the agenda of the Safe Climate Caucus was to have a member of the House of Representatives speak daily on the impact of climate change. Now, with new members on board, they are taking the social media track […]
America’s energy infrastructure is dangerously vulnerable to the impacts of climate change, according to a new report released by the nonpartisan Government Accountability Office. The report, requested by a group of Democratic senators...Show More Summary
The Pentagon's Guide to Overcoming Climate Change Denial
By Kieran Cooke, Climate News Network Air pollution is a lethal problem in Kolkata and other parts of India—and it is helping to melt the not-so-eternal snows of the Himalayas, scientists say.
The planet is not in danger of catastrophic man made global warming. Even if we burn all the world's recoverable fossil fuels it will still only result in a temperature rise of less than 1.2 per cent. So say The Right Climate Stuff Research...Show More Summary