How Much Will Earth Really Warm By? Here’s The Latest Research

By Ben McNeil, Science Alert. -

A major new study has been published - one that gives much more certainty on the extent of future warming we might expect. Along with many other international climate scientists, it was led by [...]

The Lie Of JetBlue Going Carbon Neutral

By Anne Petermann, -

The Washington Post recently published an article that “Jet Blue plans to go completely carbon neutral on all U.S. Flights.” While this sounds like a delightful and guilt-free way to keep on [...]

New Climate Data Points To Mass Extermination

By Jennifer Chu, -

In the brain, when neurons fire off electrical signals to their neighbors, this happens through an “all-or-none” response. The signal only happens once conditions in the cell breach a certain [...]

The World’s First Zero Carbon Climate Conference Saved 71 819 Tonnes CO2

By We Don't Have Time, -

The #WeDontHaveTime Climate Conference was totally emission and admission free and broadcast to a public global live audience on Earth Day April 22 2018. The event also marked the launch of the [...]

No Drop In U.S. Carbon Footprint Expected Through 2050, Energy Department Says

By John H. Cushman JR., -

The carbon footprint of the United States will barely go down at all for the foreseeable future and will be slightly higher in 2050 than it is now, according to a new projection by the Energy [...]

“Do We Really Need to Fly?”: Meet Climate Scientists Walking Their Talk

By Dahr Jamail, -

Last December, atmospheric scientist Peter Kalmus ruffled some feathers when he called out 25,000 of his colleagues for flying to the American Geophysical Union's Fall Meeting. Being acutely [...]

Just 100 Companies Responsible For 71% Of Global Emissions, Study Says

By Tess Riley, -

By Tess Riley for The Guardian - Just 100 companies have been the source of more than 70% of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions since 1988, according to a new report. The Carbon Majors Report [...]

Historic Shrinking Of Antarctic Ice Sheet Linked To CO2 Spike

By Stacy Morford, -

By Stacy Morford for LDEO - Twenty-three million years ago, the Antarctic Ice Sheet began to shrink, going from an expanse larger than today’s to one about half its modern size. Computer models [...]

Removing CO2 From Air Only Hope For Fixing Climate Change

By Zahra Hirji, -

By Zahra Hirji for Inside Climate News - The only way to keep young people from inheriting a world reeling from catastrophic climate change is to reduce carbon dioxide emissions dramatically and [...]

Hundreds Of Groups Demand: Obama Leave Carbon In The Ground

By Michael Saul, -

By Michael Saul for Center for Biological Diversity - WASHINGTON— More than 250 climate, community and tribal organizations filed a landmark legal petition today calling on the Obama [...]

Carbon Dioxide Levels Are Set To Pass 400ppm—Permanently

By Nadia Prupis, -

By Nadia Prupis for Common Dreams - Record carbon dioxide levels are set to surpass the symbolic threshold of 400 parts per million (PPM) this year and will likely never fall below that line [...]

Higher Social Costs Bolster Case For Emissions Curbs

By Tim Radford, -

Concerted action on climate change is looking like a bargain after research findings that the notional cost to society of global warming damage caused by carbon dioxide emissions has been [...]

EPA’s Carbon Rule Falls Short

By Food & Water Watch, -

“On the heels of two telling reports from the Intergovernmental Panel of Climate Change (IPCC) and the National Climate Assessment detailing the substantial negative impacts from climate change [...]

Northern Hemisphere Cracks 400 ppm CO₂

By Brian Clark Howard, -

Carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere crossed a significant threshold in April, just weeks after the White House released a major report on the impacts of climate change and just days before [...]