Tag: global warming
WMO warns greenhouse gases and El Niño to push global temps...
"...WMO is sounding the alarm that we will breach the 1.5°C level on a temporary basis with increasing frequency.”
Ocean warming study so distressing, some scientists didn’t even want to...
Researchers examining the ocean off the east coast of North America found that the water's surface was 13.8°C, or 14.8°F, hotter than the average temperature between 1981 and 2011.
World’s glaciers at serious risk from climate crisis
“Significant loss of glaciers means that we are not only witnessing a change in landscape or a loss of natural resources, it means that we are actively complicit in robbing the future from our children.”
Paying for an overheating Earth
At a time when the major fossil-fuel companies are still raking in staggering profits off their oil and natural gas supplies, as that line straight out of my childhood went: There oughta be a law.
Greenland ice melt will raise global sea levels at least 10...
The scientists worry severe melting events, like the melting seen in 2012, could push eventual sea level rise closer to 30 inches.
Will 2022 mark the turning point in the climate crisis?
This year the international community might finally be getting serious about climate change.
‘Unknown territory’: Antarctic glaciers melting at rate unprecedented in 5,500 years:...
"These currently elevated rates of ice melting may signal that those vital arteries from the heart of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet have been ruptured," said one researcher. "Is it too late to stop the bleeding?"
Why we’ll fix the climate crisis
Humanity has always been resilient. When our backs are against the wall, we will stand up and fight against whatever is trying to hold us down.
What do aerosols in the Arctic mean for its future?
Regardless of their origin, Arctic aerosols will definitely play a role in the future of climate change.
Humans must focus on more than carbon dioxide to meet Paris...
“We need to cut the short-lived pollutants so that there are no short-term catastrophes in the next 25 years, without losing track of the long term.”