Looks like Mother Nature is throwing curveballs in the Pacific. One of them nicked Hawaii, so we got a man on base. But the Paris Agreement on global warming couldn’t drive him in. What will happen when She’s at bat?
The Arctic is warming at twice the rate of other places on Earth, due in large part to positive climatic feedbacks in the region. Decoded Science explains the feedbacks, and an expert weighs in on how they compare to one another.
Did you feel the burn? Everywhere — on land and sea, north and south — December 2015 and the full year were the hottest in a very long time (like tens of thousands of years). Decoded Science breaks down NOAA’s latest report on global temperatures.