Like in Groundhog Day, we have to relive the same day over and over again, not to become a better person and get the girl, but to break through the public perception that somehow there's still a scientific debate on global warming.
U.N. agencies want to strengthen national drought policies after warnings that climate change would increase their frequency and severity. (RT @toonkerssemaker: RT @toonkerssemaker: World Environment News - U.N.
Possible tornadoes cut a wide swath through north Texas on Wednesday night, killing at least six people and injuring more than 100 others, officials said. (RT @KLOVEnews: Tornado in Granbury, Texas claims six lives.
But forecast global temperature rise of 4C heralds disaster for large swaths of planet with oceans absorbing most global warming (Climate change meltdown unlikely but human disaster looms, claims new research - The Guardian
Big Hollywood (blog) Hillary Clinton Has 'Hard Hitting' Climate Change Chat with Harrison Ford Big Hollywood (blog) In the midst of government investigations, subpoenas, and hearings relating to last September's deadly terrorist attack on the U.S.
With rainfall at record low levels, farmers across Australia are facing some of the toughest drought conditions in years. So why has the government chosen now to change crucial allowances for those in need?
BBC News 36 killed and ten missing in floods in southern China RTE.ie Rainstorms battered five cities, including the provincial capital Guangzhou, on Wednesday and Thursday, triggering heavy flooding in some areas.
Bill calls on feds to address health impacts of climate change The Hill (blog) “Regardless of what one believes about its causes, climate change is very real,” Capps said in a statement, adding, “We have to provide our public health officials with...
With a limberness that defies his 69 years, Frank Mirarchi heaves himself over the edge of a concrete wharf and steps out onto a slack, downward sloping dock line bouncing 20 feet above the lapping waters near Scituate, Mass.
A new U.S. Geological Survey study finds, “Warmer spring temperatures since 1980 are causing an estimated 20 percent loss of snow cover across the Rocky Mountains of western North America.” The USGS explains, “The new study builds upon a previous...
Bloomberg Major U.S. Cities Are at Risk for Climate-Related Water Shortage: Report Bloomberg Bloomberg BNA -- Washington, D.C., New York City, Los Angeles, and San Diego are among the cities most likely to face water scarcity as climate change...