La Niña has temporarily slowed the rate of global warming, but 2016 is still the warmest any year has ever been over the first ten months.
The heat goes on. And the heat goes on. We know El Nino’s gone — but the heat goes on.
2016 is on pace to be the hottest year since temperature measurements began in 1880. Every month sets new warming records.
US and China ratify climate agreement as hurricanes threaten Hawaii and floods inundate Pakistan and Louisiana. Has global warming reached an inflection point?
Global temperatures continue to rise. The slightly slower pace is not a cause for great cheer.
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 temperature did not decline in May, but at least the rate of increase did. Let’s talk about global temperature records, climate change, and May, 2016.
Up and up the temperature goes. Where will it stop? Not even The Shadow knows.
A tenth of a degree here, a tenth of a degree there — pretty soon you’re talking real global warming.
Global warming accelerates: February worldwide land and sea temperatures cast doubt on attainability of COP21 goals. The Earth is warming at an alarming rate.