How do we tell the story of 10 years of climate journalism in 5 minutes?
Watch this video for how we did it, with the help of filmmaker Bob Madey....
I became a broadcast meteorologist for WRAL-TV in Raleigh, North Carolina, in 1981, and have worked there ever since...Read more
Nick Cote for the NYT
The real culprit of the climate crisis is not any particular form of consumption, production or regulation but rather the very way in which we globally produce, which is for profit rather than for sustainability...Read more
A home is surrounded by floodwaters from Hurricane Harvey in Spring, Texas. Photograph: David J. Phillip/AP
After months of intense hurricanes, heat waves, and droughts, a survey finds a record number of Americans worried about climate change...Read more
Former Greens leader Christine Milne with her granddaughter Eleanor, August 2017. Photograph: Karen Brown/Karen Brown Photography
Australia’s white lemuroid possum became my symbol for habitat loss and global warming that will send one-third of species to extinction by mid-century...Read more
A man walks through floodwaters from Hurricane Irma in Bonita Springs, Florida. PHOTOGRAPH BY MARK WILSON, GETTY
Climate change is battering coasts with storms and floods, but we still haven’t grappled with the risks of what’s to come...Read more
Trump said the United States won't be bound by any of the treaty's obligations while he backs out of the Paris Agreement. The crowd outside the White House for the announcement wasn't pleased. Credit: Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP/Getty Images
The U.S. backing out of its climate change commitments threatens to lock in prolonged and dangerous warming, raising the cost for future generations...Read more
The first three essays in this Hydra-Headed Meta-Delusion series explain massive delusions that affect the entire world and more particularly the USA. The first massive delusion is exposed as the world’s belief that through the Paris Accord it has addressed the most pressing and pervasive crisis humanity has yet faced, i.e., rapid and disastrous climate heating and runaway climate destabilization. The demonstration of the Tinkerbell-Effect points to the delusions that those who supposedly are working to stabilize climate suffer from. That group is not the political group administering the US political system that many are supposedly “resisting,” but the vast majority of the world who believe that we are moving toward climate stabilization. Evidence shows however that technological developments and current efforts to reduce or mitigate greenhouse gas pollutants are trivial compared to the dramatic and immediate reductions in fossil fuels required.Read more
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China is looking to join the growing number of countries setting bans in place for vehicles that run on fossil fuels...Read more
The frozen continent may hide a column of red-hot magma straining toward the surface...Read more
Conservatives probably can’t be persuaded on climate change. So now what?
One more round of “messaging” won’t do it...Read more
“What we’re understanding is that the human body is actually very sensitive to heat, and that suggests pretty much everybody’s at risk,” said Camilo Mora, who led new research into the health risks from hot weather. Credit: Michael Brown/Getty Images
New research in health and climate change suggests people are more susceptible to heat-related death than once thought. ‘It’s not just the elderly. It’s everybody...Read more