- Western U.K.’s Winter of Weather Discontent Featured in New Video
- Strange Bedfellows … and Fear of Broad Impacts of Mann/UVa Court Ruling
- Six Climate Freelancers Seeking Support Base of 800 Subscribers
- Thoughts on Abrupt Climate Change, As In 30 Years, not 100
- Reviewing Impacts of Historic Drought Facing California and the West
- Thinking Appropriately About Climate Change
- Abrupt Climate Change Focus of New Yale Forum Video
- Olympic Skiers’ Fear: The Beginning of the End for Snow Sports?
- Key Facts, Issues and Next Steps on Keystone XL Pipeline
- Scientist Boesch Emphasizes Ecosystems Management Approaches
Author Archives: Bo Uuganbayar
Olympic snow-boarder Elena Hight says her world-wide travels indicate to her that ‘warmer, shorter, drier’ winters increasingly are becoming the norm.
The end of January cold spell and heavy snows raise questions for some about the links between frigid weather and a warming Arctic. Hint: Look at the swooning Jet Stream.
One of the nation’s most highly visible climate scientists, Michael Mann, and NY Times columnist Nicholas Kristof double-team the ‘most neglected’ issue missing from much mainstream news coverage … climate change and the role of scientists in addressing it.
The second in the ongoing new ’30onClimate’ webinar series covers a wide range of issues from the differing, but complementary, perspectives of two leading voices on science communications.
Yale graduate students attending the Winter Olympics next month in Sochi, Russia, hope to shine the world’s attention on climate change and its global impacts.
The National Academies plans to make awards for outstanding science reporting or communications in books, film/radio/TV, magazine/newspaper, and online media.
An innovative public radio series focusing on how Americans’ daily lives are being affected by climate change is recognized as one of 2013′s top citizen science projects.