Latest Climate Change Science Program Stories
The draft 10-year strategic plan for the U.S. Global Change Research Program (USGCRP) -- which shapes and coordinates climate and related global environmental change research efforts of numerous agencies and departments across the federal government -- is "evolving in the right direction," but several key issues could strengthen these planning efforts.
A new report presents the most comprehensive scientific analysis to date of climate change in the Pacific region.
The Environmental Protection Agency said on Friday rising seal levels on the United States' mid-Atlantic coast are happening faster than the global average because of global warming.
Slight changes in climate may trigger major abrupt ecosystem responses that are not easily reversible.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 16 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Scientists need a more detailed understanding of how human-produced atmospheric particles, called aerosols, affect climate in order to produce better predictions of Earth's future climate, according to a NASA-led report issued by the U.S.
Scientists need a more detailed understanding of how human-produced atmospheric particles, called aerosols, affect climate in order to produce better predictions of Earth's future climate, according to a NASA-led report issued by the U.S. Climate Change Science Program on Friday.
The nation faces challenges in utilizing Earth science information to manage resources and protect public health, according to a NASA-sponsored report issued Monday by the U.S. Climate Change Science Program.
By Jeffrey Weiss, The Dallas Morning News Aug. 3--The effects of climate change will make some people sick and place new burdens on many local health departments, according to two new national reports. But there's good news for Dallas.
The Environmental Protection Agency, in a new report echoing dozens of previous scientific studies, warns that climate change will be hazardous to our health.
The US Environmental Protection Agency released a report Thursday that found global warming to be a substantial risk to human health and the American way of life.
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