The Arctic is warming faster than any other place on earth. As a consequence, it has less sea ice now than at any time in the past 1500 years and the loss of ice is accelerating.
Tag: climate change
Rising Oceans Mean Pacific Nuclear Waste Dump Could Threaten Many Nations
America’s nuclear testing program is about to unleash a deadly cocktail of radioactive waste into the Pacific Ocean, thanks to rising sea levels caused by global warming.
New Algorithms Improve Accuracy Of Geoengineering Projections. Is That A Good Thing?
New algorithms make it possible for scientists to predict the effect of injecting sulfur dioxide into the atmosphere to cool the planet. Is that a good thing?
Climate Planet — An Experience In Multiple Dimensions
This summer I had the great fortune of being invited to the grand opening of this exceptional construction called Climate Planet at the harbor of Aarhus, Denmark. Aarhus is the European Capital … [Read full article]
US$9.5 Billion City Water Projects Open for Investment
Research finds cities join companies to lead on water security development following climate change and urban population pressure. This new infographic from CDP helps explain some of the challenges – and solutions.
Have we ever witnessed a bigger unintended consequence?
It was, no doubt, incomprehensible for the U.S. to begin the process of pulling out of the UN Paris Climate Agreement, for all the reasons widely reported since President Donald … [Read full article]
TV Weather Forecasting Is Now a Popular and Important Source of Climate Change Advice
Weather forecasting has become a way for the average U.S. television viewer to learn about climate change.
Evangelical Conservatives Have A “Christian Worldview.” What Does That Mean For Climate Action?
A Christian worldview that denies climate change and disparages news from mainstream media sources may be the reason why evangelicals do not take global warming seriously. Is there anything that can be done?
Better Policies are Needed to Address Food System Instability in the U.S.
Food system viability in the U.S. will require new policies that include the interests of various groups beyond large agribusiness especially small and local farmers.
What is Green Architecture?
Green architecture is moderation and efficiency in energy and resource use, building space and materials, and impacts on natural ecosystems.
Trump Administration Spurs a Solidarity Wake-Up Call in U.S. and Abroad
Many protests and action-oriented organizations are taking to the streets to reject Donald Trump’s policies and appointments.