This article discusses the continued pattern of increasing temperatures across the globe, 400 consecutive months of higher-than-normal temperatures. Wow!
Do you remember February 1985? Perhaps you were rocking out to Wham! and Foreigner while teasing your bangs. Or maybe you hadn’t even been born. Either way, it was a significant month […]Continue reading
This article discusses the recent release of the National Park Service’s study – the uncensored version. It had been censored to remove all references to humans causing climate change.
Backing away from attempts at censorship, the National Park Service on Friday released a report charting the risks to national parks from […]Continue reading
This article evaluates an article by Fred Singer (“The Sea Is Rising, but Not Because of Climate Change”) about sea level rise that was published in the Wall Street Journal on May 15, 2018. Follow this link to the actual story. The article explains why Mr. Singer’s article is pure hogwash, […]Continue reading
This article discusses a new denier tactic to try and explain sea level rise. A member of the House Committee on Science, Space and Technology evinced skepticism about climate change during an exchange with a witness about rising sea levels.
Instead, Alabama Republican Rep. Mo Brooks offered an additional culprit: […]Continue reading
This article discusses the impact of increasing amounts of rainfall in the Midwest – it’s not good.
Minnesota is getting wetter. Over the last 100 years, the state has seen more storms that produce heavy rainfall, and its strongest storms have grown more intense. One of the more dramatic changes […]Continue reading
This article discusses the impact that humans are having on the planet’s water resources.
A 14-year NASA mission has confirmed that a massive redistribution of freshwater is occurring across Earth, with middle-latitude belts drying and the tropics and higher latitudes gaining water supplies.
The results, which are probably a combination of […]Continue reading
This article refutes the climate change denier claim that the slow increases in the planet’s forest cover is caused by increasing levels of CO2 in the atmosphere.
Forests are increasing around the world because of rising incomes and an improved sense of national wellbeing say researchers.
The authors refute the […]Continue reading
This article discusses the positive impact switching from fossil fuels to solar power generation can have on water supplies.
Thirsty Middle Eastern and North African countries could tap into their solar-energy potential to cope with fresh water scarcity, according to resource experts.
Water could be saved by switching to renewable solar […]Continue reading
This article, by Dr Benjamin Cook, a climate scientist at the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies and the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, discusses the impact that climate change is having on global water supplies. Few areas of the world are completely immune to droughts and […]Continue reading
This article discusses how temperatures are rising across the US.
Normal temperatures, generally defined to be the 30-year average at a location, are trending up across most of the U.S. Since 1980, the average continental U.S. temperature has risen 1.4°F. In Climate Central’s analysis of normal temperatures in 244 cities […]Continue reading