Polar Ice Melting Numbers Keeping Pace With Prior Dire Predictions
Data from just about every conceivable source show that the minimum Arctic sea ice has drastically decreased in the last few decades.
Carbon Sponge Can Capture and Store Coal Emissions
Carbon capture is getting a fresh look after a major breakthrough by scientists
Extreme Weather Events Are The New Normal-- And We're Not Prepared
Harvard explores how climate change could be contributing to severe storms, droughts, floods and waves –– and what that means for national security.
Oil-Burning Ships May be Fertilizing the Oceans
Soot from oil-burning shipping vessels may be fertilizing the oceans with soluble iron.
2012 Warmest And Second Most Extreme For Contiguous United States Weather
The past year's weather was the warmest and second most extreme on record for the contiguous United States.
Energy Secretary Resigns With Harsh Words For Climate Change Skeptics
U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu ended his tenure on Friday, but he isn't going away quietly.