Climate Change News News Archive
9 Results for May 2014
Power plants emit more than just CO2 and making power plants more efficient will also reduce vast amounts of toxins from entering the atmosphere.
Ice sheets in West Antarctica are experiencing runaway melting and will certainly raise oceans levels by a significant degree.
Could the melting of ice on Antarctica unleash the Earth's mantle and contribute to even greater climate change?
While it is probably too little too late, Washington State's Governor is to be applauded for taking some action on carbon emissions.
The melting of a rather small ice volume on East Antarctica’s shore could trigger a persistent ice discharge into the ocean, resulting in unstoppable sea-level rise.
Waiting for climate change to convince polcy-makers to do something is suicidal. The time to act is now.
Negative impacts on biodiversity will encompass the whole planet as climate continues to change rapidly.
The expected future droughts in the American Midwest will result in substantially lower crop yields.
A letter from Harvard climate scientist Robert Stavins on how scientists were forced to remove key parts of the latest IPCC report.