More Temperature Variability in a Warming World? Not So.

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A little ‘good news’ at least relatively, as scientific evidence provides little basis for supporting a commonly held perception of more temperature variability in a warmer world.

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First-Day Coverage of 2014 National Climate Assessment

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The early May release of the 2014 National Climate Assessment was big news in most major daily newspapers and cable news programs in the U.S. This Yale Climate Connections analysis of 634 page-one facsimiles* gathered by the Newseum offers insights into just how big — or how small — that coverage was.

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On Climate…Notables and Quotables

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A few of many memorable comments uttered over the past few weeks relative to climate change, admittedly unscientific and by no means all-inclusive.

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New Video Reports on ‘Unstoppable’ Antarctic Glacial Melting

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It’s not often that a scientific research paper generates the kind of media attention and scientific community buzz that resulted from a recent study on the apparent inevitability of substantial Antarctic glacial melting.

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David Victor: Views Examined on Climate Politics, Communications

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Regular contributor Bruce Lieberman’s 20-minute webinar probes the views of author and Professor David Victor on building public support for risk management actions.

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National Climate Assessment Report: Warming Here … and Now

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With a focus on the United States and eight specific regions, the new comprehensive report offers insights on projected local and regional impacts.

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Big Question: This Year’s El Niño: How Big? How Destructive?

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Experts say they see clear scientific indications of a coming El Niño in coming months, with the questions now focusing more on its size and potential damaging impacts rather than whether one is coming.

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