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The nation’s largest and most influential daily news outlets give voice to increasingly troubling assessments from world’s leading group of climate scientists. Some say the general ‘tone’ of the climate discussion is changing.
Five Yale University graduate students recount the successes, and also a few frustrations, in their Winter Olympics campaign to increase awareness of climate change impacts on winter sports.
The upcoming Showtime documentary series knits together a powerful message on a critical global issue through punchy storytelling and an emphasis on ‘real people’ confronting a warming planet. First episode to be available free online starting April 7.
Climate change is transforming the circulation patterns which bring us our weather, but do journalists have enough scientific understanding to tell us what’s going on? (Reposted with permission of Kennedy School Review.)
A new Yale Forum video features two leading atmospheric scientists on the importance of global CO2 data trends … and on funding challenges lying ahead.
The world’s largest science society and the Obama White House launch new phases in what each says will be ongoing efforts to improve Americans’ understandings of, and actions to manage, adverse climate change impacts.
A range of climate scientists detail the spectrum of possibilities explaining the current record drought facing much of California, with a caution about the ‘incredibly important’ implications of the drought … potentially one lasting a very long time.