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New challenges for an evolving Earth Day (Pt 2)

By Daisy Simmons on Apr 19, 2018

2001-2015: The partisan divide deepens ... With 30 years of continuing momentum behind it, Earth Day 18 years ago entered the new Millennium bigger than ever. The UN announced preparations for Earth Day 2000 a full year ahead of the fact. On the...

Is this the coolest job in the wind industry?

By Daisy Simmons on Apr 13, 2018

A dream come true for rock climber, outdoors enthusiast Jessica Kilroy. Photo: Courtesy of Great Big Story. Hanging from ropes, 350 feet in the air, is all in a day's work for Jessica Kilroy. Kilroy: "The company I work for specializes in fiberglass...

Finding common ground amid climate controversy

By Karin Kirk on Apr 3, 2018

Scientists have been researching human-caused climate change for more than 50 years, inexorably fitting together puzzle pieces of atmospheric composition, interactions between different parts of the Earth system, rates of change, and feedback...

What’s causing a chaotic spring?

By Samantha Harrington on Mar 30, 2018

Ann-Marie Taranto, a teacher in Raleigh, North Carolina, and her class of second and third graders noticed wild temperature swings during the end of February and first two weeks of March. In one February week, high temperatures fluctuated between 70°F...

Coastal states tackle Trump offshore drilling plan

By Bruce Lieberman on Mar 13, 2018

The Santa Barbara coast in southern California has been hit hard in recent months with fire and mudslides, twin assaults on the area's spectacular natural beauty and affluent communities. But in 1969, another deadly disaster, that one man-made, scarred...

Books on the Arctic, Antarctic and Greenland

By Michael Svoboda on Feb 16, 2018

Typically one of the coldest months of the year, February seems a good time to present a selection of books that explore how climate change is affecting the coldest regions of the world. Eleven of the 13 titles presented below were (re)published between 2000...

Climate change threatens Winter Olympics

By Bruce Lieberman on Feb 6, 2018

In mid-January, just three weeks before the opening this week of the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, the women's World Cup speed races in the Austrian Alps were struggling to get underway. Heavy rain and mild temperatures had degraded snow on...

Seeding storms to boost the Colorado River

Posted on Jan 24, 2018

People in seven western states and Mexico rely on the Colorado River for their water supplies. As the climate warms, the mighty river's flows are expected to shrink - straining its ability to meet demands of cities and farms. Water managers are bracing...

Warming weather threatens a Vermont sport

By Samantha Harrington on Jan 16, 2018

In Vermont, snowmobiling is a popular winter pastime. But as the climate warms, winters are getting shorter and warmer, and there are fewer days with snow on the ground. Manning: "The climate is changing in ways that really threaten the viability of...

The ‘Oprah2020’ hashtag bandwagon

By Bud Ward on Jan 10, 2018

Oprah Winfrey speaks at the 2018 Golden Globe Awards program January 8. The #Oprah2020 hashtag bandwagon took little time to get rolling, doubtless more so among the "never Trump" element of the society and the electorate than among the strategically...

Talanoa: ‘Straight talk’ to break climate impasses

By Christopher Schrader on Jan 5, 2018

The Talanoa Climate Action Center at the 2017 Bonn climate talks. (Photo credit: David McCarthy) For two weeks this past November, Bonn must have felt a little like Fiji, and a touch of the South Pacific lay over the Rhine. The ongoing political debate...

Saltier seas warn of floods to come

By Samantha Harrington on Dec 28, 2017

Credit: Shawn Fink/ISeeChange and Creative Commons New Orleans is no stranger to downpours and flooded streets. But this year, residents found themselves even wetter than usual. Brooke Perry's home is in the Gentilly neighborhood, which stretches from...

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