by Joe Romm Posted on May 27, 2014 Updated: May 27, 2014
New polling has an answer to the age-old (decade old?) question of what term is better for climate hawks to use: “global warming” or “climate change.”
by Jeff Spross Posted on May 21, 2014
Glaciers are melting and retreating, while climate change brings more snowfall and more erratic storms, all contributing to the region's instability.
by Jeff Spross Posted on March 19, 2014
Water consumption by the global power industry is set to almost double by 2035, threatening drinking water supplies and its own reliability.
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by Jeff Spross Posted on February 21, 2014 Updated: February 21, 2014
Despite the polar vortex in America, GISS and NOAA ranked last month as the 3rd and 4th warmest January on record, respectively.
by Ryan Koronowski Posted on February 20, 2014
From the beginning of February through Monday, Arctic temperatures were between 7.2°-14.4°F above normal.
by Jeff Spross Posted on January 10, 2014
It's possible December's cold weather depressed the jobs count, and that man-made climate change could bring future freezes.
by Joe Romm Posted on January 3, 2014
Climate change or global warming? Both are correct.
by Kiley Kroh Posted on December 27, 2013 Updated: December 28, 2013
The U.S. produced 7.5 million barrels of oil per day in 2013, but in order to slow the onslaught of climate change, the majority of fossil fuel reserves need to remain untouched.
by Jeff Spross Posted on December 17, 2013
According to new modeling by German researchers, global warming of just 2.7 degrees Celsius would inflict a “severe decrease in water resources” on 15 percent of the global population.
by Ari Phillips Posted on December 16, 2013 Updated: December 16, 2013
Glaciologists have found a 2,600-year-old leaf that offers further evidence of the rapid climactic changes taking place in areas of high elevation that have been frozen for millennia.