If you can’t stand the heat ………
Temperature and sea level continue to rise, Antarctic ice is melting, and May, 2018 was the fourth warmest on record.
Historic floods and cyclones. Yeah, it’s summer.
New temperature records; new carbon dioxide highs — and a generally-ignored constituent of air: argon.
Record rain and snow. Is it climate change?
2018 marks half a century since the first serious warnings of global warming. What does the trend look like now?
The Earth is on thin ice even as temperatures stabilize. Let’s look at the current status of Climate Change around the globe.
Winter wonders: blue moons; ice jams; wiggly jet stream; and cold, cold, cold – let’s go around the world!
2017 was not the warmest year, but it was the most expensive in terms of natural disasters. How were climate change and global warming affecting us last year?
While much of the US freezes, arctic warming is off the charts. Let’s examine weather around the world in December of 2017.