Latest Climate Change Science Program Stories
A new study from the ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate System Science demonstrates that the devastating effects of the hottest year on record in Australia - 2013 - would not have been possible without the influence of human-caused global warming.
Two Ignite sessions focusing on findings in the United States National Climate Assesment5 (NCA) will take place on Monday, August 11th during the Ecological Society of America’s 99th Annual Meeting, held this year in Sacramento, California.
Tinkering with climate change through climate engineering isn't going to help us get around what we have to do says a new report authored by researchers at six universities, including Simon Fraser University.
In the last 100 years, Michigan has become warmer, with more rain coming through heavy downpours.
A body of the UN is set to deliver an update on the impacts of climate change, an update that highlights the growing dangers of global warming if no actions are taken to reverse its effects.
An international team of scientists tracks how fast and in which direction local climates — and species — have shifted
Maximizing returns on financial investments depends on accurately understanding and effectively accounting for weather and climate risks.
Extreme heat waves, such as the one that blanketed the US last year and baked Russia in 2010, are expected to continue, becoming much more frequent and widespread in the near future.
A new report from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's National Ocean Service reveals the nation's 28 National Estuarine Research Reserves are experiencing the negative effects of human and climate-related stressors.
Recently, climate change, including global warming, has been a "hot" news item as many regions of the world have experienced increasingly intense weather patterns, such as powerful hurricanes and extended floods or droughts.
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