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 →
A computer model came up with the most efficient plan for safely reducing fossil fuel use.
Tropical forests may be absorbing far more carbon dioxide than many scientists thought. Continue reading →
Fresh data from NASA reveals a comprehensive global view of CO2 in full color.
A Mount-Everest sized amount of water is lost from Antarctica every two years, largely due to global warming, according to a new study.
A single puff of carbon dioxide can have a climate effect in as little as 10 years, not decades down the road according to new research.
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