Though the amount of human-generated energy is a small portion of that transported by nature, it is highly concentrated in urban areas.
Intentionally engineering Earth’s atmosphere to offset rising temperatures could be far more doable than you imagine, says David Keith. But is it a good idea?
The joke in Greenland these days is how appropriate it is that the name of the state's capital is Nuuk, is now that the country is considering opening up its uranium deposits for development.
The Arctic may seem like a distant place, just as the most extreme consequences of our wasteful use of fossil fuels may appear to be in some distant future. Both are closer than most of us realize.
A PopSci interactive of the 30,854 record-breaking highs recorded across the country in 2012
BARACK OBAMA is certainly talking the talk on climate change - promising to put the fight against global warming at the heart of his second term.
The US president could be poised to approve the doubling of imports of tar sands oil, one of the filthiest fuels on Earth
The National Resources Defense Council has placed Nevada first in the West and sixth in the nation for heat records broken in the year 2012.
On Friday, Moscow was on a verge of traffic collapse as more than 10 inches of snow fell on the city, which is more than half of January’s average. Thousands of passengers were stranded overnight in the capital’s major airports, as several dozen f
Something is up with our winter weather. Could it be the Sun is having a slow patch?
President Barack Obama said on Monday he will confront climate change in his second term in office, an unexpected vow that puts the politically charged issue among his domestic priorities alongside gun control and immigration reform.
There is, however, a dawning realization among researchers that even these apparently tiny variations can have a significant effect on terrestrial climate. A new report issued by the National Research Council (NRC), "The Effects of Solar Variabili
“The climate movement needs to have one hell of a comeback.” –Naomi Klein
ead author Dr Gavin Foster, from Ocean and Earth Science at the University of Southampton which is based at the centre, said, "A specific case of interest is one in which CO2 levels are kept at 400 to 450 parts per million, because that is the requi
owed a dust storm stretching over an area of 150 miles from extreme southwestern Oklahoma across the Panhandle of Texas around Lubbock to extreme eastern New Mexico, said Jody James, National Weather Service meteorologist in Lubbock. Visibility was
Sea bed work has shown us that during the Bronze Age or between 4000 BC through 1000BC, that the Northern Atlantic surface waters were two degrees warmer. My conjecture, albeit unsatisfactory was that the Sahara and the Middle East had remained veget
With 34,008 daily high temperature records set or tied the year compared to just 6,664 daily record lows — a ratio of about five high temperature records for every one low temperature record — 2012 was no ordinary weather year in the U.S. It wasn’t j
Last Friday, the League of Women Voters in Hawaii sent Obama back to D.C. on his last day of family vacation in his native Hawaii with a reminder that his action or inaction on addressing climate change will have a great impact on the island's future
Group urges Gov. Cuomo to enact moratorium on fracking
For years, the Elites of the West have cranked up the myth of Man Made Global Warming as a means first and foremost to control the lives and behaviors of their populations.
Visioning techniques are designed to indoctrinate you with a pre-determined viewpoint while giving you the impression that your input was taken and that you crafted the plan. This is manufactured consensus. Regional governance is the stepping stone t
Are genetically modified crops “Franken-foods” or the answer to global hunger and climate change?
The Mississippi River level is dropping again and barge industry trade groups warned Thursday that river commerce could essentially come to a halt as early as next week in an area south of St. Louis.
Armed with flashlights, recordings of bird calls, a small notebook and a stash of candy bars, scientist Rich Kostecke embarked on an annual 24-hour Christmastime count of birds along the Texas Gulf Coast.
The most important number in history is now the annual measure of carbon emissions.
You must have seen thousands of photographs of Everest. But there have been none like this.
rs, the study used aircraft and 10 different satellites to measure the ice and its rate of melt. The research was backed by the European Space Agency and NASA.
The climate change meetings that took place recently at Doha proved difficult once again for the power elite – the one that wants to run the world and is using enforced scarcity to help it do so.
Kyoto extended in UN climate agreement ... A UN conference has passed a package of agreements extending the life of the Kyoto Protocol, as Australia and 36 other industrialised countries signed up for binding emission cuts by 2020.
Peak Water Debate Focuses on Asia's Water Shortage ...