Latest Global warming controversy Stories
According to a top climate scientist, warnings about global warming have not been severe enough.
A new study suggests that Antarctica is rising in temperature, despite previous claims it was the only continent not suffering from global warming.
A wide range of Earth scientists say humans contribute significantly to global warming, suggests a poll conducted by the University of Illinois at Chicago. The poll should dispel doubts by some that a consensus about global warming exists among scientists, said Peter Doran, a University of Illinois
Global warming has turned into a major ticking time bomb for President-elect Barack Obama.
Dr. Michael Oppenheimer, Princeton University professor and a leading scholar on global warming, will discuss "Dangerous Anthropogenic Interference: The Latest Insights" at World Wildlife Fund on Thursday, November 13, 2008 at 4:30 p.m.
The American Museum of Natural History in New York is going into politics again this week with a new exhibition on climate change that curators say is an effort to separate fact from fear.
U.S. scientists say they've determined curbing carbon dioxide emissions from coal might avert climate danger.
California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger said on Sunday that any last-minute action by Bush on global warming before leaving office would be â€œbogus.â€
By pioneering the science of seasonal hurricane forecasting, William Gray turned a city far from the stormy seas into a hurricane research mecca. But now the institution has told Gray it may end its support of his seasonal forecasting.
The more you know the less you care â€“ at least that seems to be the case with global warming. A telephone survey of 1,093 Americans by two Texas A&M University political scientists and a former colleague indicates that trend.
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