Large thunderstorms -- a long-predicted result of climate change -- are leading to increased tropical rainfall, finds a new study.
Arctic sea ice has reached its annual winter peak, which was a record low for the satellite era.
The climate-changing greenhouse effect exists and has been directly measured in the United States. Continue reading →
The rise and fall of sea level during the past million years matches up with valleys and ridges on the seafloor, suggesting a link, two new studies find.
All that CO2 and where to put it...? How about underground? But would a catastrophe ensue? Would the planet explode? For answers, Julian looks at work being done by Archer Daniels Midland in the, er, groundbreaking area of underground CO2 storage.
With NASA and NOAA's global numbers in, 2014 is officially the warmest year in the 135-year record.
Atmospheric CO2 levels have already passed the 400 ppm mark in 2015, and it's only January.
Relatively small volcanic eruptions may be slowing the pace of global warming. Continue reading →
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