MATTHEW DALY / The Associated PressJan 4, 2018
His five-year plan would open up federal waters off the California coast, as well as new areas off the East Coast from Georgia to Maine. Drilling in the affected regions has been blocked for decades. Dig deeper ( 2 Min. Read )
By Tim Radford / Climate News NetworkSep 26, 2017
Even when there are no storms, the Atlantic coast is likely to suffer more frequent floods due to the double whammy of rising sea levels and sinking coastal lands. Dig deeper ( 2 Min. Read )
Desmond Boylan and Andrea Rodriguez / APSep 10, 2017
The hurricane floods hundreds of miles of the country's coastline after devastating several other Caribbean islands and killing 22 people. Dig deeper ( 3 Min. Read )
By Tim Radford / Climate News NetworkMar 19, 2016
Extreme weather caused by global warming could lead to more violent, and more frequent, storms devastating beaches on exposed Atlantic coastlines in Europe. Dig deeper ( 3 Min. Read )
By Tim Radford / Climate News NetworkNov 4, 2015
Changes in the Gulf Stream current are raising sea temperatures off the New England coast and seriously depleting the cod so valuable to the fishing industry. Dig deeper ( 2 Min. Read )
Staff / TruthdigJul 17, 2015
The literati darling Ta-Nehisi Coates received some daunting criticism Thursday via Facebook. Political commentator and professor Dr. Cornel West has countered Toni Morrison’s glowing comparison of the author to James Baldwin with a politically charged status update. Dig deeper ( 3 Min. Read )
By Tim Radford, Climate News NetworkJul 3, 2015
New evidence appears that increased melting of sea ice as the Earth warms could weaken the Gulf Stream and reduce temperatures in Western Europe. Dig deeper ( 3 Min. Read )
By Tim Radford, Climate News NetworkJun 28, 2015
Unprecedented ocean temperature rises off the Atlantic and Pacific coasts of the United States may be linked to sea level rise or the recent pattern of “weird” weather. Dig deeper ( 3 Min. Read )
By Tim Radford, Climate News NetworkApr 18, 2015
Fish accustomed to shallow northern waters will search in vain for cooler depths as climate change warms the seas where they thrive. Dig deeper ( 3 Min. Read )
By Tim Radford, Climate News NetworkMar 25, 2015
Ocean scientists find evidence of an increasing slowdown in the Atlantic’s “invisible river” that could seriously affect weather and sea levels in the U.S. and Europe. Dig deeper ( 4 Min. Read )
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