The question of whether climate change "causes" certain events drives David Roberts a little nuts, but he tries to tackle it once and for all.
Weathercasters are trusted interpreters, but lag behind on climate science. Getting them up to speed could have big impacts on public understanding of climate.
Good news. And now, we assume, the chastened polluting industries will quietly upgrade their systems to reduce greenhouse emissions, and we'll never speak of this again.
New research published in Nature Climate Change offers updated, comprehensive projections of sea-level rise over the next two centuries. The news is ... not good.
What do you do when there are too many awful weather-related happenings across the country? You make a map.
Not that we are getting ahead of ourselves.
What you need to know about the storm currently bearing down on the state of Florida, including whether or not it's safe to go to Disney World. (It is.)
Carbon dioxide output in 2010 was higher than any prior year. Nice work, all.
There's no longer any question of preventing climate change. If we're smart, we can adapt enough to avoid too much suffering -- but it won't be easy.
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