How’d you like to get a free copy of the most important new eBook about global warming to be published in decades? The book some are calling the Silent Spring of the 21st Century.Read more
People who mislead the public on climate change should not be on the news. Period!Read more
Stand up for science and take part in a week of action April 22 – May 1, 2017...Read more
More on its way … flooding in Ukiah, California, January 2017. Image: Bob Dass via Flickr
The population of inland American cities will alter drastically if predictions of dramatic sea level rises by 2100 are correct, new report suggests...
Last weekend science enthusiasts worldwide took to the streets for the March for Science. It coincided with Earth Day and while people showed up for all kinds of science from medicine to space exploration, climate change seemed to be an overarching cause...Read more
The March for Science in Washington DC. Members of the caucus say their goal is to depoliticize environmental policy in the US. Photograph: Jim Lo Scalzo/EPA
As despair intensifies over Trump’s agenda, the bipartisan Climate Solutions Caucus brings Democrats and Republicans together to break the deadlock...Read more
U.S. President Donald Trump speaks during an interview with Reuters in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, U.S., April 27, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
President Donald Trump complained on Thursday that the United States was being unfairly treated in the Paris Climate Agreement and told Reuters he would announce a decision in about two weeks on whether Washington would remain in the accord...Read more
Bill Nye the Science Guy, wearing his signature bow tie, in the center of the front line of the March for Science in Washington, D.C. All photos by Julie Dermansky.
On Earth Day, tens of thousands turned out for the March for Science in Washington, D.C., despite the rain, celebrating ideas, facts, and empirical data while chastising climate science deniers...Read more
A stream flows through the toe of Kaskawulsh Glacier in Kluane National Park in the Yukon. In 2016, this channel allowed the glacier’s meltwater to drain in a different direction than normal, resulting in the Slims River water being rerouted to a different river system. (Dan Shugar)
For the first time on record, human-caused climate change has rerouted an entire river...Read more