Climate Change News News Archive
39 Results for May 2015
The increase of temperature will not only increase the melting of snow and ice but also change the precipitation from snow to rain leading to more reduce glacier growth.
Forest emitted compounds which influence on the formation of the clouds that reflect back the sun's rays to space cooling the planet.
The ice rise delays the retreat of continental ice sheet which slows down the response to climate change.
Seagrass should be accounted for in formal carbon climate policies as it plays a big role in withstanding climate change.
Commitment to a climate policy action and emission reductions will make 1.5°C attainable at the end of the century.
Population change and climate change must be considered to understand how heat waves will affect the people in the future.
There has been an increase uptake by land and sea even the emissions today are three times higher than previous decades.
The new study will help people adapt extreme weather events and improve weather forecasting abilities and climate change prediction.
Transplanting corals are not a solution in restoring reefs since coral are struggling to different environmental factors and such efforts must focus on other things.
Improving engine efficiency and reducing methane emissions are needed to reduce negative climate impacts of converting heavy-duty trucks from diesel to natural gas.
The diversity of species is strongly affected by land use practices and climate change is next one which both needs consideration in preserving species diversity.
Government officials pushed for more solar and wind energies especially to far regions to achieve economic growth and reduce the impacts of climate change.
The world’s rivers bring carbon from land to the ocean and reduce the amount that returns to the atmosphere by trapping the heat from carbon dioxide.
Lost of air from the top layer of snow and warmer currents or change of ice flow cause the thinning of ice shelves which will contribute to future sea-level rise.
Events in the upper part of the atmosphere have an effect on the weather experienced across the globe which could help in the making of reliable forecast.
Due to uncertainty of climate changes' impact, researchers suggest the need for more observations and improved simulations of soil moisture by climate models.