Carbon dioxide emissions hit a record high in 2012, but could have been even higher, according to a new report. The increase in emissions was only 1.1 percent in 2012, compared to an average 2.9 percent over the past decade. Continue reading →
At 400 parts per million, we are far beyond what's natural or even what's been seen since humans evolved. Continue reading →
Claims that global warming is slowing down are ignoring a very large part of the planet. ->
Obama urges action "for the sake of our children and our future." ->
Burning fossil fuels could ultimately have profound consequences for ocean life.
Models developed by Canadian scientists simulate changes in climate that run very far into the future.
Using sustainably harvested wood instead of steel helps reduce carbon pollution and store carbon at the same time.
According to this article from the Telegraph, all of the transportation associated with the climate change meetings in Copenhagen will emit as much CO2 as a city the size of the UK's Middlesbrough would over the same period of time. For those of us across the pond, Middlesbrough is about the same s...