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Sea ice in the Arctic Ocean
The world's need is for faster, more focused and more targeted research, scientists say, now that certainty of man-made climate change is established.
When a United Nations panel of experts released a report last week affirming that man-made climate...
Sep 30, 2013 | Read More
The viral video, posted in late August, has brought political satire to the debate on climate change, outing skeptics in Congress and causing a stir.
A funny video that calls on the World Meteorological Organization to name hurricanes after climate...
Sep 10, 2013 | Read More
NOAA climate model
Experts say scientists' efforts to determine whether weather events are caused by global warming is being mishandled by both sides of the climate divide.
As if the public debate about global warming wasn't complex enough, a new field in climate research...
May 14, 2013 | Read More
Next Generation Science Standards require teaching man-made climate change.
New standards recommend teaching man-made global warming in all science classes. Some textbook publishers to incorporate curriculum immediately.
New national science standards that make the teaching of global warming part of the public school...
Mar 4, 2013 | Read More
Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-R.I.)
When the Rhode Island Democrat takes the floor each week to lecture his colleagues on climate, the room is usually empty. But still he persists.
In October 2011, when most politicians were doing everything they could to avoid speaking publicly...
Feb 12, 2013 | Read More
Bloomberg Businessweek's magazine cover on Nov. 1, following superstorm Sandy
Climate change was a politically taboo subject during nearly all of 2012. What a difference a superstorm makes.
This was the year climate change vanished from the political agenda—and then suddenly reappeared,...
Dec 28, 2012 | Read More
Virginia's Republican attorney general, Kenneth Cuccinelli, speaks at the 2012 L
With Virginia's climate skeptic attorney general seeking the governor's seat and fossil fuel money pouring in, familiar battle lines are being drawn.
For climate skeptics, 2012 was a bad year at the polls. President Obama won re-election, and...
Dec 12, 2012 | Read More
Barack Obama at a campaign stop in Mt. Adams, Ohio
Climate issues are absent this election, but research shows that merely mentioning a topic during the TV debates could help elevate it in voters' minds.
Aside from Mitt Romney's recent jab at Barack Obama's concern over global warming—and the president...
Oct 1, 2012 | Read More
Extent of coastal flooding and erosion under one scenario of sea-level rise in t
California's coastal resource managers are including sea-level science in their planning, but lawmakers in N. Carolina and Virginia forbid open debate.
In California, officials in coastal cities are becoming increasingly aware of the potential impacts...
Jun 13, 2012 | Read More
NASA scientists study changing conditions in the Arctic as part of the agency's
While the national climate debate is fixed on whether Earth is warming, climate scientists are focused on understanding how bad it will be.
The global warming debate in Congress, the states and on the campaign trail centers on two issues:...
Jun 4, 2012 | Read More