Predictions of future climate change require a clear and nuanced understanding of Earth’s past climate. In a study published today in Science Advances, University of Hawai’i (UH) at Mānoa oceanographers fully reconciled climate and carbon cycle trends of the past 50 million years—solving a controversy debated in the scientific literature for decades.
Solving a Long-Debated Scientific Controversy: Climate and Carbon Cycle Trends of the Past 50 Million Years Reconciled
Predictions of future climate change require a clear and nuanced understanding of Earth’s past climate. In a study published today (January 22, 2021) in Science… The post Solving a Long-Debated Scientific Controversy: Climate and Carbon Cycle Trends of the Past 50 Million Years Reconciled appeared first on SciTechDaily.
Citizens’ Climate Radio Ep. 56: Rev. Tony Campolo’s call to save creation Citizens’ Climate Radio is a monthly podcast hosted by CCLer Peterson Toscano. Browse all our past episode recaps here, or listen to past episodes here, and check out the latest episode in the post below. Last month, the Citizens’ Climate Radio podcast featured […]
Jamie Henn Our theory of change is simple: if we can get the world’s largest and most powerful PR and Ad agencies to stop working for the fossil fuel industry, we’ll dramatically weaken the industry’s ability to pollute the public debate and block climate action.
President Biden is making climate policy a key priority of his first few days in office. CBS News meteorologist and climate specialist Jeff Berardelli joined “CBSN AM” to talk about the president’s environmental initiatives.
Re-entering the Paris Climate Agreement Is Just Step One to Address the Climate Emergency: Frontline Women Must Lead the Way
Osprey Orielle Lake, Katherine Quaid Global people’s movements and women leaders have been organizing for decades for climate justice, and community-led solutions.
The burst of Biden administration staffing picks announced yesterday revealed that the Energy Department (DOE) has newly created roles that reflect what President Biden called campaign priorities. Driving the news: One new position is “director of energy jobs,” which is being filled by Jennifer Jean Kropke. She was previously the first director of workforce and […]
‘Our futures are at stake’: Sports stars fear industry could be defeated by escalating climate impacts
Top tennis, rugby, and football players open up about fears of growing impacts of volatile weather on sports in new ECIU podcast A host of top athletes and figures from the world of sport have opened up about their fears over the growing impact of climate change on their professions, in a bid to raise […]
Image by DiogoC300 What a week for climate security! In his inaugural address on Wednesday, President Joe Biden said, “The cry for survival comes from the planet itself,” acknowledged the “climate is in crisis,” and promised “we will be judged…by how we resolve these cascading crises of our era.” Not long after he was sworn […]
Through the Paris Agreement, the world’s countries agreed to work to keep global warming well under 2 degrees Celsius. Christopher Furlong/Getty Images The United States helped bring the world into the Paris climate accord, the groundbreaking global agreement reached in 2015 to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in an effort to slow climate change. Under Donald […]