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The former Vice President voices optimism that a changing national conversation on climate change will carry the day and sway policy makers…and lead to meaningful progress. He points to weather anomalies and wild fires as key factors in the public’s [...]
My Climate & Me website, using an online magazine format, aims to provide young Britons clear answers and real-life context in ‘authoritative and impartial’ responses from Met scientists.
You get a laugh at the partisan message, even if climate partisanship itself is no laughing matter, as a toothy and partisan video message skewers policy makers in mock effort to have severe storms named after them.
A professional organization’s Washington, D.C.-area conference will examine clean air approaches as complements to climate change strategies, and vice versa.
Sea-level rise and major U.S. coastal cities along the Atlantic seaboard: The challenges are inevitable, and commitments soon taking shape mean ‘society needs to decide what we want to give up.’
Part of the much-anticipated IPCC Fifth Assessment Report are to be officially released in late September, with much interest certain to focus on the approach to climate sensitivity and projected sea-level rise increases.
Religious spokespersons speak out against either-or approach on religion and acceptance of science on human-caused climate change.