A new report says the oceans have held on to 60 percent more heat every year than anyone expected, further messing up the accuracy of past predictions of how fast the Earth will heat from global warming.
A group of over 100 British scientists, academics and writers have signed a “Declaration of Rebellion” against the government of the United Kingdom for its active support of the fossil fuel industry and lack of action in the global climate change planetary emergency.
On October 25, the City of San Diego took a major step towards making its Climate Action Plan and the goal of 100% renewable energy use throughout the city by 2035, as it announced it will begin the process of forming a new joint-powers authority (JPA) to manage purchasing power for its residents and possibly also the entire San Diego region.
The report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change a few weeks ago was so factually wrong, it could mislead the world into thinking it is going to survive global warming.
Temperatures across Manitoba, Canada hit a high of 23.6°C last week.
As climate change science becomes better understood, one of the complicating factors for North Atlantic computer simulations is inaccurate predictions of air pressure changes over Greenland during the last 30 years.
With no explanation why, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to a short stay and possible dismissal of the landmark Children’s Climate Suit against the U.S. Government.
Mahindra & Mahindra, a major Indian manufacturer of utility vehicles, has reiterated its commitment to turn into a carbon neutral company by 2040.
A Federal judge ruled on Monday against yet another attempt to dismiss a landmark case to hold the U.S. government accountable for its role in fostering greenhouse gas emissions and global warming.
Hurricane Leslie, which slashed through Portugal this weekend, joins Hurricane Michael as another example of how climate change is radically altering our weather.
The most powerful hurricane to hit the United States this year is scheduled to make landfall on Florida’s panhandle at around 2 PM Eastern time on October 10.
According to a new research study, when carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere go up, plants thicken their leaves and no longer absorb as much carbon dioxide as before. That’s bad news for climate change models.
The European Parliament (EP) on October 3 approved a proposal for yet another big cut in auto carbon dioxide emissions in the EU.
Forests are essential to reducing global warming and climate change yet are still being destroyed at alarming rates. #Stand4Forests hopes to increase awareness of the vital important of forests.
Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau may sound like he’s all for doing everything to keep global warming down, but almost everything that his government does is guaranteed to make things worse.
In a new analysis, scientist Paul Beckwith explains why the Earth is rapidly approaching a Blue Ocean event, the disappearance of almost all ice from the Arctic, with potentially catastrophic effects.
On September 10, Governor Jerry Brown signed legislation that commits California to running 100% on clean power by 2045.
On September 6, the Tennessee Valley Authority was sued for demanding electricity rates which intentionally discourage businesses and homeowners from investing in renewable energy and energy efficiency.
A just-published report says there is over $26 trillion in economic benefits out there in the Green Economy if countries would just go out and grab it.
Why it’s happening may not even matter anymore, but the months of July 2016, July 2017 and July 2018 have now logged in as the hottest ever for at least 120,000 years.
An abandoned tunnel in the Republic of Korea is showing up as an unlikely successful incubator for what could be the future of farming for much of the world.
A new research study shows that living around polluted air is causing serious damage to human intelligence.