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New On-line Classes and Models

My free online class on Coursera.org entitled Global Warming I: The Science and Modeling of Climate Change has already served 45,000 people (started, not finished) in the four times that it’s run. Now it’s set up in a new format, called “on demand mode”, which allows people to start, progress, and finish on their own […]

New Report Identifies The Fossil Fuels We Must Keep In The Ground To Avert Catastrophic Climate Change

As the US Senate haggles over a comprehensive energy bill, climate activist groups have identified the global fossil fuel reserves that must be kept in the ground if we’re to limit global warming to the critical 2-degree-Celsius threshold. This...Show More Summary

February Looking Bad

Someone posted earlier today that for all of last year, February saw 20 murders.For February 2016, we're already at 15 or 17 six days in.The ACLU is blaming Global Warming at the moment.

Study: “Wrong” kind of trees in Europe Exacerbating Global Warming

Guest essay by Eric Worrall A study claims that the shift from broadleaf to conifer trees in managed European forests has caused 0.12c (0.21F) of warming in Europe, by reducing the albedo of large areas of land, causing more sunlight to be absorbed. Abstract Afforestation and forest management are considered to be key instruments in…

American Southwest may Mimic Drought Conditions That Destroyed Anasazi/Ancestral Puebloans due to Global Warming

The weather patterns that typically bring moisture to the Southwest are becoming more rare, an indication that the region is sliding into the drier climate state predicted by global models, according to a new study."A normal year inShow More Summary

Global Warming is Causing Dogs to Become Depressed

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Pet behaviourists have claimed that dogs and horses are becoming bored and depressed, because global warming induced weather is stopping their owners from taking them out for exercise. Leading pet behaviourists say the number of depressed and unsettled dogs they have seen in recent months is unprecedented … And they…

Study: Greenland ice sheet moving slower now than in the last 9000 years

From the UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN and the “must add a global warming caveat to prevent backlash” department: Scientists map movement of Greenland Ice during past 9,000 years Scientists have created the first map that shows how the Greenland Ice Sheet has moved over time, revealing that ice in the interior is moving more slowly…

Naomi Klein: 'There are No Non-Radical Options Left Before Us'

In a wide-ranging conversation, journalist and climate activist Naomi Klein discusses the politics of global warming, climate change denial and environmental justice. A week and a half ago, just as a blizzard was barreling up the East...Show More Summary

Europe's shift to dark green forests stokes global warming-study

OSLO (Reuters) - An expansion of Europe's forests towards dark green conifers has stoked global warming, according to a study on Thursday at odds with a widespread view that planting more trees helps human efforts to slow rising temperatures.

Do Scientists Suppress Uncertainty in the Climate Change Debate?

Craig D. Idso Ever wonder about the neutrality (or lack thereof) of scientists investigating the subject of global warming? Does it seem that far too many of them eagerly sound alarm bells when it comes to documenting and communicating...Show More Summary

Naomi Klein: Climate Change 'Not Just About Things Getting Hotter ... It’s About Things Getting Meaner'

In a wide-ranging conversation, journalist and climate activist Naomi Klein discusses the politics of global warming, climate change denial and environmental justice. A week and a half ago, just as a blizzard was barreling up the East...Show More Summary

Hottest year ever update: El Niño effect in 2015 was 20 times larger than the global warming signal

El Nino 2015 versus Global Warming 2015. Which caused the bigger temperature increase? Guest essay by Sheldon Walker The aim of this article is to split the temperature increase that occurred between the end of 2014, and the end of 2015, into 2 components. An El Nino component, and a Global Warming component. This will…

Naomi Klein: “There are no non-radical options left before us”

The famed author of "This Changes of Everything" explains why markets cannot be relied on to solve global warming

We Can Expect More Outbreaks Like Zika As The Climate Changes

2 days agoNews : Huffington Post

The factors leading to the current Zika outbreak won't be clear for some time, but environmental health experts say there's a good chance such infectious diseases will become more common as the global climate warms. Mosquitoes, the blood-sucking...Show More Summary

Earth's Long-Term Temperatures Predictable --"Unless Affected by Human Impact" (NASA/JPL)

New evidence may finally help put the chill on skeptics' belief that long-term global warming occurs in an unpredictable manner, independently of external drivers such as human impacts. By examining how Earth cools itself back down after a period of...

Is global warming behind D.C.'s new era of great snowstorms?

In our planet's most rapid period of global warming, D.C. has witnessed more giant snowstorms than ever.

Antarctic study identifies melting ice sheet's role in sea level rise

Loss of ice in Antarctica caused by a warming ocean could raise global sea levels by three meters, research suggests.

Antarctic study identifies melting ice sheet's role in sea level rise

Loss of ice in Antarctica caused by a warming ocean could raise global sea levels by three metres, research suggests. Scientists carrying out fieldwork in the region have assessed the landscape to determine how the West Antarctic ice...Show More Summary

The Surprising Way Ships' Wakes Could Help Ease Global Warming

3 days agoNews : Huffington Post

The shipping industry gets blamed for its share of environmental ills, from air and water pollution to collisions that kill whales and other marine animals. But in a new paper published last week in the Journal of Geophysical Research:...Show More Summary

Tippets: Climate Shield, Pebble Mine’s Dictionary of Deception, Global Warming and Salmon Runs, Colorado Parks & Wildlife Receives Award, Battle for Bluefin Tuna

3 days agoHobbies / Fishing : MidCurrent

The Climate Shield website hosted by the U.S. Forest Service provides geospatial data and related information on locations of cold-water refuge streams for native Cutthroat Trout and Bull Trout across the U.S. In the fight to protect Bristol Bay, language often … more ?

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