By Bryan Dyne, November 27, 2012
The impact of climate change on all aspects of life has been more concretely analyzed in reports issued over the past decade.
By Bryan Dyne, November 6, 2012
The end of the current generation of environmental satellites will likely produce a gap lasting up to four years, in which crucial data used in predicting the intensity of hurricanes will not be collected.
By Bryan Dyne, August 2, 2012
The sudden melting of the Greenland ice shelf is an indicator that global warming is beginning to have a very widespread impact on human life.
By Nicholas Russo, June 28, 2012
The United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development, which drew to a close in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, last Friday, has been denounced by environmental advocates as a “hoax” and “an epic failure.” Despite already low expectations before the meeting, the summit testifies to the stagnation in global efforts to address the looming climate crisis.
By Nicholas Russo, June 12, 2012
An international group of scientists published a review article in the latest issue of Nature arguing that the human impact on the Earth's biosphere could lead to an ecological disaster in as little as a few generations.
By Nicholas Russo, April 20, 2012
An unusual heat wave east of the Rocky Mountains has made March 2012 the warmest March on record for the contiguous United States.
By Patrick O’Connor, June 11, 2011
Record levels of greenhouse gas emission constitute a damning indictment of the capitalist system.
By Dan Brennan, January 26, 2011
Global surface temperatures for 2010 matched record highs, with the past decade the hottest ever recorded.
By Patrick O’Connor, December 13, 2010
United Nations-sponsored climate change negotiations in Cancún, Mexico concluded last Saturday without any agreement between the more than 190 national government delegations on binding carbon emissions reduction targets.
By Dan Brennan, June 30, 2010
Scientists warn that the Gulf oil disaster threatens to poison organisms at the base of the food chain.
By Chris Talbot, April 26, 2010
An independent inquiry into the conduct of scientists at the Climatic Research Unit (CRU) of the University of East Anglia in Britain has found “absolutely no evidence of any impropriety whatsoever.”
By Patrick O’Connor, February 9, 2010
Liberal leader Tony Abbott last week released the opposition coalition’s new climate change policy, pledging to establish a multi-billion dollar public fund to be placed at the disposal of the largest corporate polluters and agribusiness interests.