Climate Change News News Archive
7 Results for June 2013
With interest in climate change heating up, a New Mexico group has won a $3,000 American Chemical Society Presidential Climate Science Challenge Grant to help educate the public on climate science issues.
Like most every other part of the planet, the atmosphere above Australia is being radically altered by human activity.
Trees in many areas are already vanishing at an alarming rate due to climate change.
To prevent coral reefs around the world from dying off, deep cuts in carbon dioxide emissions are required.
Changing ocean water temperatures and circulation patterns have profoundly affected key Northeast U.S. Continental Shelf zooplankton species and may be influencing the recovery of Atlantic cod and other fish in the region.
As temperatures go up, bison get smaller.
Flooding of biblical proportions has forced the evacuation of most of Canada's oil capital Calgary and and killed at least 3 people. Yet, no one seems to be getting the bigger message.