- For Climate Photos, Global Equals Local
- Evacuteers: New Orleans’ Evacuation Access Spots
- Ice-Fi: The Motion Pictur-Ice-sque Legacy of ‘The Day After Tomorrow’
- Safely Feeding More People…in a Warming World
- DOD Climate Change ‘Roadmap’: Bumpy Ride Ahead
- Warming Means Rising Storm Tides in N.Y. Harbor
- L.A. Cool Roofs Combatting Warming Climate
- Less Tule Fog a Concern for California Agriculture
- Your Fork and Diet as Tools for Combatting Climate Change
- A Review of Climate Fiction (Cli-Fi) Cinema … Past and Present
Author Archives: Gary Braasch
An active, strong voiced, diverse and creative multitude filled New York City’s 6th Avenue for more than five hours during the People’s Climate March on September 21.
A decade in the making, a new NASA satellite may soon provide much-needed data on just where the world’s carbon dioxide is emitted and absorbed.
Drought-suffering California agricultural interests are having to drill for and pump finite groundwater supplies to support their crops.
High-ranking retired top military officials advise that climate change poses national security risks as a ‘catalyst,’ and no longer solely as a ‘force multiplier.’
Boston’s historic national monuments and treasures face serious threats from gathering storms and rising seas, but help is on the way.
A powerful group of bipartisan and nonpartisan experts unite to provide a look at climate challenges confronting U.S. business interests.
Erupting volcanoes provide graphic and memorable mental images, but their total CO2 emissions pale compared with those of human beings.