“Climate change is real. I’m standing on it!”
The Obama administration pivots off another natural disaster to make its case that climate change is real and Americans are already suffering because of it.
John Podesta says Republicans in the House are a “lagging indicator” when it comes to climate change.
“Why not do it as a simple tax?”
“Climate change is no longer a distant threat but has moved firmly into the present,” Obama said during the commencement of the University of California, Irvine.
“We should focus on good science, rather than politically correct science.”
“At every one of these steps there have been folks who said it can’t be done,” the president said on a conference call Monday.
John Boehner says he’s not a scientist.
Data from Climate Central with artist Nickolay Lamm.
The discovery could have huge implications for the study of long-term climate change.
California, where fires have burned thousands of acres, is seeing some of the most extreme conditions. Texas and Oklahoma are also experiencing severe drought.
Domestic-produced array mimics “typical size for the American house.”
President Obama’s science adviser: “Climate change is not a distant threat. It is affecting the American people already.”
Why is it still snowing so much in April? Andy Warner, Symbolia, and Years Of Living Dangerously investigate.
Administration officials will post tweets about climate change while Senate Democrats stay up all night to talk about the issue.
As the U.K. floods and the U.S. freezes, blame it on increased rainfall in the West Pacific, and some meandering jet streams. (And maybe blame climate change.)
After months of brutally cold weather that smashed records across the Upper Midwest, the Great Lakes have been transformed into giant ice-covered ponds.
“If you’ve been hearing that extreme cold spells, like the one we’re having in the United States now, disprove global warming, don’t believe it,” says John Holdren, Obama’s science adviser.
Bee superpowers, living in a pretend spaceship and a mammal that has sex until it falls apart. 2013 was a rollercoaster ride of a year for science.
Temperatures are going up and there’s going to be a lot more rain. But not everywhere.
The IPCC says warming is “unequivocal.” No matter what anyone else says, climate change is definitely happening.
The Earth is warming and humans are to blame for it, a major scientific report released Friday said. But temperatures are rising slower than previously predicted.
New coal and gas-fired plant emissions will be strictly limited in the amount of carbon they can release into the atmosphere.
Your children might grow up in a world of squishy apples and NO COFFEE. Pray for them.
“AG and climate change are one of the favorite piñatas for media and easy targets for headlines,” Stiles tells employees in response to a report by BuzzFeed.
The former vice president set out to create the Apple Computer of climate change. From a sweeping, expensive “blitz” to a “niche” effort in digital media.
“The eye of Michelle Bachmann will be hitting Florida…”
The new network, financed by a country with the world’s highest per capita carbon emissions, is making climate change a priority — and activists are thrilled. “I think it’s wonderful,” says Mann.
Plus Hugh Jackman measuring things, a pretty compelling theory about Orange Is the New Black, and 27 kids who managed to look unbelievably miserable at Disneyland.