Latest Attribution of recent climate change Stories
This yearâ€™s fierce winter in much of the Northern Hemisphere is only the beginning of a global trend towards cooler weather that is likely to last decades, say some of the worldâ€™s most renowned climate scientists.
Chemical & Engineering News (C&EN), the weekly newsmagazine of the world's largest scientific society, today published a major analysis of the divisive issues at the heart of the debate over global warming and climate change.
A controversial new report claims that climate change is natural and not man-made and lists 100 reasons why to back the theory.
UN Challenged to Provide Sound Evidence for Catastrophic Forecasts COPENHAGEN, Dec.
According to a panel of government scientists, the fact that average annual temperatures in certain regions of North America did not decline last year does not necessarily mean that global warming is abating.
The University of East Anglia announced Thursday it is formally investigating whether scientists at its prestigious Climatic Research Unit falsified data on global warming studies.
A series of controversial e-mails from a British university's climate center were obtained by computer hackers and posted online about two weeks ago and now House Republicans are saying they are evidence of corruption surrounding man-made climate change.
Everybody talks about CO2 and other greenhouse gases as causes of global warming and the large climate changes we are currently experiencing. But what about the atmospheric and oceanic oxygen content? Which role does oxygen content play in global warming?
While the harsh winter pounding many areas of North America and Europe seemingly contradicts the fact that global warming continues unabated, a new survey finds consensus among scientists about the reality of climate change and its likely cause.
There is no positive proof that what is happening to our weather and atmosphere is more than partially caused by us. When man-made global warming is treated as a fact, it gives all kinds of tools for others to put restrictions on people and injure our economy.
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