Juan Cole / Informed CommentOct 8, 2018
Scientists are warning us vehemently that we have to be net zero carbon by 2050, and we have to jump on getting there right now, or else very bad things will happen. Dig deeper ( 6 Min. Read )
By Michael T. Klare, TomDispatchOct 9, 2015
We urgently need to view climate change not as a slow, linear process to which we can adapt safely over time, but as a nonlinear set of events involving dramatic and irreversible changes to the global ecosphere. Dig deeper ( 10 Min. Read )
By Tim Radford, Climate News NetworkJun 7, 2015
After re-examining data that seemed to show global warming slowing since 1998, U.S. scientists say temperatures have continued to rise steadily. Dig deeper ( 3 Min. Read )
By Kieran Cooke, Climate News NetworkMay 28, 2015
Trillions of dollars need to be redirected into building low-carbon economies to avoid serious climate change, the U.N. warns. Dig deeper ( 3 Min. Read )
Alexander Reed Kelly / TruthdigNov 2, 2014
The destabilization of the climate will inflict "severe, widespread, and irreversible impacts" on humans and the natural world unless carbon emissions are cut sharply and rapidly, the most important assessment of global warming yet published says. Dig deeper ( 2 Min. Read )
By Alex Kirby, Climate News NetworkOct 9, 2014
Far more heat than suspected is being absorbed by the oceans' top layer, scientists have found, but a study has uncovered little evidence of rising warmth at greater depths. Dig deeper ( 3 Min. Read )
By Alex Kirby, Climate News NetworkMay 5, 2014
It looks unlikely to happen for a very long time, but German researchers say they have discovered how part of the East Antarctic ice sheet could start an inexorable melt. Dig deeper ( 3 Min. Read )
By Alex Kirby, Climate News NetworkApr 18, 2014
The world should be moving to a clean energy future, the IPCC says. The recent record of global greenhouse emissions show it's heading in entirely the wrong direction. Dig deeper ( 2 Min. Read )
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