Latest "climate change" News

09/16/2021

"Nothing is moving": Only one country in the world has submitted plans that will mitigate climate change by 2030, watchdog finds

Dramatic reductions in emissions would help prevent the world from drastically exceeding 1.5°C of global warming, but even the biggest countries are falling short.

Source: CBS News

09/15/2021

Climate Change Calls for Backup Power, and One Company Cashes In

Generac, a Wisconsin-based manufacturer that dominates the market for standby home generators, is an unlikely Wall Street darling.

Source: New York Times

09/15/2021

Congress Is Debating Its Biggest Climate Change Bill Ever. Here's What's At Stake

Climate measures in a massive $3.5 trillion economic plan would transform the U.S. energy system. They are crucial for meeting President Biden's ambitious climate goals, but face powerful opposition.

Source: NPR

09/14/2021

Climate Change Is Negatively Affecting Young People's Mental Health Globally

A new study shows more than half of young people say climate change makes them feel afraid, sad, anxious, angry, powerless and helpless. And government inaction in particular makes them worried.

Source: NPR

09/14/2021

More Europeans are taking climate change seriously. In the U.S., not so much.

Intense concern about climate change is increasing among people in several major economies, according to a survey released Tuesday by the Pew Research Center.

Source: NBC News

09/13/2021

Komodo dragons are now classified as an endangered species, and climate change is being blamed

The popular lizard that only lives in Indonesia is facing extinction as sea levels begin to rise as a result of climate change.

Source: USA Today

09/13/2021

Report: Climate change could see 200 million move by 2050

BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — Climate change could push more than 200 million people to leave their homes in the next three decades and create migration hot spots unless urgent action is taken to reduce global emissions and bridge the development gap, a World Bank …

Source: Associated Press

09/12/2021

Mudslide on scenic Colorado highway tests limits of aging infrastructure in era of climate change

A powerful mudslide that closed one of Colorado's most scenic routes revealed the vulnerability of the country's aging infrastructure to global warming.

Source: NBC News

09/11/2021

California's battle with climate change is at stake in Tuesday's recall election

Many of the Republican candidates on the ballot to replace Newsom want to roll back the state's plans to address climate change and transition to clean energy.

Source: CNBC

09/09/2021

Literal bird brains can accept climate change faster than Republicans

A new study shows that multiple animal species are already evolving to adapt to warmer temperatures

Source: The A.V. Club

09/09/2021

Climate Change Is Causing Some Animals To Grow Larger Limbs And Beaks

Just like humans, researchers say animals also have to adapt to climate change. The shifts for some warm-blooded animals are occurring over a far shorter time period than would usually happen.

Source: NPR

09/09/2021

A recent reversal in the response of western Greenland's ice caps to climate change

Greenland may be best known for its enormous continental scale ice sheet that soars up to 3,000 meters above sea level, whose rapid melting is a leading contributor to global sea level rise. But surrounding this massive ice sheet, which covers 79% of the worl…

Source: Phys.Org

09/08/2021

Animal Bodies Are 'Shape-Shifting' to Survive Climate Change, Scientists Say

Global warming is a big challenge for warm-blooded animals, which must maintain a constant internal body temperature. As anyone who's experienced heatstroke can tell you, our bodies become severely stressed when we overheat.

Source: ScienceAlert

09/08/2021

Climate change is forcing animals to 'shape-shift' fast: study

It’s survival of the fittest — and fastest. Animal species are rapidly “shape-shifting” to avoid the threats of human-driven climate change.

Source: New York Post

09/07/2021

Biden blames storm damage in northeast on climate change, calls on Congress to pass infrastructure bill

President Joe Biden toured storm-ravaged areas of New York and New Jersey on Tuesday, blaming the devastation on climate change.

Source: Fox News

09/07/2021

Biden's Speech on Climate Change and Ida: Full Transcript

“The nation and the world are in peril,” President Biden said after touring storm damage in New York and Jersey. “And that’s not hyperbole. That is a fact.”

Source: New York Times

09/07/2021

Animals are 'shape shifting' in response to climate change

Some warm-blooded animals are experiencing shifts in their body shapes, likely as a response to the pressures of climate change, according to a new review of existing research.

Source: CNN

09/06/2021

Pandemic, climate change put education under threat worldwide | DW News

Source: Google News

09/04/2021

Komodo Dragons Threatened By Climate Change, Report Says

According to the International Union for Conservation of Nature's Red List, an assessment of the health of tens of thousands of species, Komodo dragons went from "vulnerable" to "endangered."

Source: NPR

09/03/2021

Homebuyers aren't taking climate change seriously, says Redfin CEO

"The buyers just keep marching into the jaws of destruction," Redfin CEO Glenn Kelman told CNBC on Friday.

Source: CNBC

09/03/2021

CVX Stock Rose As The OIl Major Reportedly Met With Activist Investor That Took On Exxon Over Climate Change

Chevron reportedly met with Engine No. 1 but the activist investor group has no plans to battle the oil major. CVX stock fell.

Source: Investor's Business Daily

09/03/2021

How Climate Change is Devastating Louisiana High School Sports

Repeated hurricanes have devastated the state’s schools, teams and athletic fields. Ida was the latest reminder of the challenges facing the Sportsman’s Paradise.

Source: New York Times

09/02/2021

Deadly flash floods show how vulnerable New York's infrastructure is to climate change

Hurricane Ida's remnants exposed vulnerabilities in New York City's infrastructure to the kind of extreme weather that is being generated by climate change.

Source: CNBC

09/01/2021

AOC, Pressley, Tlaib 'Urge' Biden to Replace Fed Chair With Someone Willing to Address 'Climate Change' – Economics Bitcoin News

Three politicians are urging U.S. president Biden to replace Fed chairman Jerome Powell with someone who will address “climate risk.”

Source: Bitcoin.com

08/31/2021

A Dangerous Wildfire Forced Thousands Of People To Flee Lake Tahoe, And Firefighters Are Blaming Climate Change

"What seemed exceedingly unlikely a few weeks ago is happening," UCLA climate scientist Daniel Swain said.

Source: BuzzFeed News

08/30/2021

Biden Opens New Federal Office for Climate Change, Health and Equity

The office will be the first government effort to focus specifically on the public health dangers of global warming.

Source: New York Times

08/30/2021

Climate change: Almost all ocean surface climates could disappear by 2100

Marine life would be forced to "adapt or die" if carbon dioxide concentrations continue to rise.

Source: CNET

08/24/2021

The climate change lessons from the flash-flooding disasters in Tennessee and Germany

In a summer that has seen multiple flash-flooding events around the globe, the climate change horror stories have become all too familiar.

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

08/23/2021

How climate change amplifies extreme weather like Tennessee's deadly floods and NYC's record rainfall

Though separated by nearly 1,000 miles, these two extreme weather incidents are amplified by the same phenomenon: human-caused climate change.

Source: CNN

08/23/2021

Climate Change Powered Tennessee Floods

At least 21 people died in floods in Tennessee over the weekend. Such dangerous flash flooding is a hallmark of climate change.

Source: NPR

08/20/2021

Antarctica's 'Doomsday Glacier' fighting against the Earth's inner heat and climate change

The 'Doomsday Glacier' is being hit twofold: heat from the Earth's crust and climate change, a new study says, as the Earth's crust is only 10-15 miles deep under West Antarctica.

Source: Daily Mail

08/17/2021

Majority of climate change news coverage now accurate: study

Good news: Major print media in five countries have been representing climate change very factually, hitting a 90 percent accuracy rate in the last 15 years, according to an international study out today with University of Colorado Boulder and Cooperative Ins…

Source: Phys.Org

08/15/2021

Climate change was killing dinosaurs before the asteroid hit - study

Study results show that the dinosaurs' biodiversity was already in steep decline some 10 million years before an asteroid hit the Yucatán peninsula in Mexico.

Source: The Jerusalem Post

08/12/2021

Bill Gates pledges $1.5 billion for climate change projects if Congress passes infrastructure bill

Gates's fund, run by his firm Breakthrough Energy, would spend the money over three years on initiatives to lower greenhouse gas emissions.

Source: CNBC

08/12/2021

Biden wants clean energy jobs to help fight climate change

California is a test case in President Biden's efforts to demonstrate how fighting climate change is good for the economy.

Source: Los Angeles Times

08/12/2021

Climate change will transform cooling effects of volcanic eruptions, study suggests

Researchers have shown that human-caused climate change will have important consequences for how volcanic gases interact with the atmosphere.

Source: Phys.Org

08/11/2021

Before an asteroid wiped out dinosaurs, climate change was already killing them slowly

A study finds that the number of species was in steep decline from 10 million years before the asteroid strike.

Source: Scroll.in

08/11/2021

How climate change worsens extreme weather in your area, in one map

A map in the UN’s new climate report shows how greenhouse gases worsen heat waves, sea level rise, and more.

Source: Vox

08/10/2021

Major U.N. climate change report warns of "extreme" and "unprecedented" impacts

U.N. Secretary General Antonio Guterres called the report a "code red for humanity." But experts say there is still time to change course.

Source: CBS News

08/10/2021

Climate change is urgent and preparing your portfolio should be too. Five ways to start thinking about it, from Jefferies strategists

Critical information for the U.S. trading day

Source: MarketWatch

08/10/2021

Australia's Parliament House graffitied after release of IPCC climate change report

Australia's Parliament House and the Prime Minister's residence were vandalized on Tuesday morning with messages accusing the government of not doing enough to protect the country from the catastrophic effects of the climate crisis.

Source: CNN

08/10/2021

Major U.N. climate change report warns of "extreme" and "unprecedented" impacts

U.N. Secretary General Antonio Guterres called the report a "code red for humanity." But experts say there is still time to change course.

Source: CBS News

08/09/2021

Greek wildfires are the 'harsh reality of climate change,' experts warn

Wildfires that continue to rage across Greece's second largest island for a seventh day are the direct result of climate change, climate experts said Monday.

Source: NBC News

08/09/2021

Climate change: IPCC report is 'code red for humanity'

Heating from humans has caused irreparable damage to the Earth that may get worse in coming decades.

Source: BBC News

08/09/2021

Climate change: UN to reveal landmark IPCC report findings

The report will be a "massive wake-up call" to governments to cut emissions, environmental experts say.

Source: BBC News

08/08/2021

Why OSHA won't protect workers from climate change

Deadly heat waves threaten millions of working people in America. But a POLITICO and E&E News investigation reveals the federal government has refused to step in for years — and any effort to do so now faces major hurdles.

Source: Politico

08/05/2021

Climate Change Could Shut Down A Vital Ocean Current, Study Finds

Its collapse would trigger severe and potentially irreversible consequences around the world.

Source: HuffPost

08/04/2021

Biochar: The waste product that could help mitigate climate change

Biochar can boost crop yields in poor soils and help stop the effects of climate change, study finds. So why aren't we using it more?

Source: Phys.Org

08/02/2021

Rising gasoline prices signal trouble for climate change action

Cutting oil production before we cut our demand for oil could undermine much of the progress that needs to be made on climate change.Why it matters: If...

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

08/01/2021

Earth's energy imbalance removes almost all doubt from human-made climate change

A new study found a less than 1 percent probability that a growing imbalance between the amount of energy Earth absorbs and what it emits out occurred...

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

08/01/2021

Earth's energy imbalance removes almost all doubt from human-made climate change

A new study found a less than 1 percent probability that a growing imbalance between the amount of energy Earth absorbs and what it emits out occurred naturally.

Source: NBC News

07/29/2021

Aerosols add a new wrinkle to climate change in the tropical Pacific Ocean

A new Yale study suggests that aerosols in the atmosphere may be temporarily holding down ocean temperatures in the eastern equatorial Pacific.

Source: Phys.Org

07/26/2021

Floods in London are the latest sign big cities aren't ready for climate change

The now-familiar scenes of a city indundated by floods played out in London over the weekend, in a brutal reminder that even some of the world's richest cities are dangerously unprepared for the kind of extreme weather that is becoming more common because of …

Source: CNN

07/26/2021

As China Boomed, It Didn’t Take Climate Change Into Account. Now It Must.

China’s breathtaking economic growth created cities ill-equipped to face extreme weather. Last week’s dramatic floods showed that much will have to change.

Source: New York Times

07/26/2021

Action on climate change can provide a shot in the arm for the global economy, economist says

The fatal floods in Germany in recent weeks have put the impacts of climate change firmly in the spotlight again.

Source: CNBC

07/25/2021

Chef says climate change can be tackled if you cook the way your momma (really) did

There are a dizzying number of new meat alternatives, but chef Camilla Marcus says you don't have to be vegetarian or vegan to help the planet, just be more sustainable -- like using instead of trashing those broccoli stems.

Source: CNN

07/24/2021

Flood Deaths in China Show Road Risks From Climate Change

At least four people died in a highway tunnel in central China that flooded at the same time as a subway tunnel after eight inches of rain fell in a single hour.

Source: New York Times

07/23/2021

Meeting Google's climate change goals 'stresses out' CEO Sundar Pichai

"It's a long shot, it stresses me out in terms of how to get there," Google CEO Sundar Pichai says of the company's climate change goals.

Source: CNBC

07/23/2021

'Once in a thousand years' rains devastated central China, but there is little talk of climate change

As record heat waves hit western North America and deadly floods swept Germany, the growing risks associated with climate change have grabbed headlines, and prompted widespread discussions in the West.

Source: CNN

07/21/2021

Jeff Bezos Got as Much Morning Show Coverage in a Day as Climate Change Got All Last Year

The morning broadcast TV news cares more about a billionaire's few minutes in space than the fate of the planet.

Source: Gizmodo.com

07/19/2021

From Detroit to Germany to Mumbai, climate change is worsening torrential downpours

Thanks to climate change, the Earth’s atmosphere now holds more moisture than in decades past, which is, in part, leading to more frequent extreme rainfall...

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

07/19/2021

'Moon wobble,' climate change expected to cause surge in flooding in US coastal communities, study says

Every coastline in the U.S. will experience rapidly increasing high-tide flooding due to “moon wobble” and climate change, according to a new study.

Source: KSAT San Antonio

07/18/2021

Angela Merkel vows 'faster' battle against climate change amid flooding in Germany

Angela Merkel, who described the wreckage she surveilled as “terrifying,” pledged to hasten efforts to clean up the damage caused by the severe flooding in Germany and other parts of Eu…

Source: New York Post

07/18/2021

Democrats seek to tackle climate change with import tax | TheHill

Democrats are eyeing a tax on imports from countries that don’t have strong policies aimed at com...

Source: The Hill

07/18/2021

Angela Merkel calls for climate change action as she surveys deadly flood damage

German Chancellor Angela Merkel pledged financial relief for areas devastated by deadly flooding, as the death toll from torrential rain continues to rise.

Source: NBC News

07/18/2021

Climate change and the Moon are teaming up to create record floods on Earth

The Moon's orbit is "wobbling" — and that plus climate change will wreak havoc on the ground

Source: Salon

07/18/2021

How data could save Earth from climate change

Using a name inspired by Indonesian farmers, Subak will share information and fund hi-tech solutions to fight global heating

Source: The Guardian

07/17/2021

Moon 'wobble,' climate change seen as driving coastal flooding in 2030s

U.S. coastlines will face increasing flooding in the mid-2030s thanks to a regular lunar cycle that will magnify rising sea levels caused by climate change, according to research led by NASA scientists.

Source: KSL.com

07/17/2021

Germany Floods: Climate Change Moves to Center of Campaign as Toll Mounts

With more than 160 dead across the region, the receding waters revealed extensive damage as well as deep political divides around how far and fast Germans should go to stem carbon use.

Source: New York Times

07/17/2021

'It Is All Connected': Extreme Weather in the Age of Climate Change

The images from Germany are startling and horrifying: houses, shops and streets in the picturesque cities and villages along the Ahr and other rivers...

Source: New York Times

07/17/2021

Deadly floods shook Europe. Is it ready for future climate change-related disasters?

Climate change is being blamed for deadly floods in Germany and other parts of western Europe that have left more than 100 people dead.

Source: NBC News

07/16/2021

Greenland halts new oil exploration to combat climate change and focus on sustainable development

The country's agriculture minister said the government "takes climate change seriously."

Source: CBS News

07/16/2021

Moon 'wobble,' climate change seen as driving coastal flooding in 2030s

U.S. coastlines will face increasing flooding in the mid-2030s thanks to a regular lunar cycle that will magnify rising sea levels caused by climate change, according to research led by NASA scientists.

Source: Reuters

07/16/2021

European officials say 'climate change has arrived' as deadly floods engulf entire towns

European officials have said climate change contributed to this week's extreme flooding, which has left entire towns submerged and more than 120 people dead.

Source: CNN

07/16/2021

Out: Climate change. In: Moon wobble – HotAir

Okay, how much is *this* gonna cost?

Source: Hot Air

07/16/2021

Flood Deaths Are Rising In Germany And Officials Blame Climate Change

The worst flooding in decades to affect Germany and parts of Belgium has killed more than 100 people as search and rescue efforts for hundreds of missing continue, officials said.

Source: NPR

07/16/2021

Greenland suspends oil exploration because of climate change

COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — The left-leaning government of Greenland has decided to suspend all oil exploration off the world’s largest island, calling it is “a natural step” because the Arctic government “takes the climate crisis seriously.”

Source: Associated Press

07/15/2021

The moon’s natural wobble alters Earth’s tides. With climate change, that’s bad news.

A flip in a natural moon cycle plus rising seas from climate change will cause rapid increases in flooding on U.S. coastlines by mid-2030s, a NASA study found.

Source: NBC News

07/15/2021

Fed Chair Powell grilled by grouchy senators over inflation and climate change, even as economy rebounds

An economic rebound, rising wages and declining unemployment weren't enough to spare Fed Chairman Jerome Powell from gripes in the Senate.

Source: CNBC

07/14/2021

Moon ‘wobble’ and climate change could mean ‘double whammy’ of flooding in 2030s, NASA warns

By the mid-2030s, scientists project that there could be a “rapid” increase in the frequency of high-tide flooding in several parts of the country, according to a new report.

Source: The Washington Post

07/14/2021

Joe Manchin says he's 'very, very' disturbed about reconciliation proposals on climate change

Sen. Joe Manchin, the Democrats' most pivotal swing vote, expressed his most serious concerns yet about a key element in their party's $3.5 trillion sweeping economic plan: Provisions dealing with climate change that have been sought by progressives.

Source: CNN

07/14/2021

Drew Barrymore leaves flirtatious comment on Leonardo DiCaprio's latest post about climate change

The Oscar-winner and climate change activist shared an infographic from UN Climate Change on his Instagram Tuesday that warned of the dangers global warming is reportedly causing to wildlife and linked it to an increased frequency of natural disasters.

Source: Fox News

07/14/2021

European Commission proposes ambitious climate change policies, urging U.S. and other nations to follow

The planned changes aim to significantly reduce net greenhouse gas emissions.

Source: The Washington Post

07/13/2021

NASA, ESA Partner in New Effort to Address Global Climate Change

NASA and ESA (European Space Agency) have formed a first-of-its-kind strategic partnership to observe Earth and its changing environment.

Source: NASA

07/09/2021

Climate changed the size of our bodies and, to some extent, our brains

An interdisciplinary team of researchers, led by the Universities of Cambridge and Tübingen, has gathered measurements of body and brain size for over 300 fossils from the genus Homo found across the globe. - HeritageDaily - Archaeology News

Source: HeritageDaily

07/09/2021

NASA warns flooding will soon get a lot worse - thanks to the Moon and climate change

COASTAL flooding is due to get considerably worse next decade, according to a new NASA study. The culprit? Climate change paired with the effect of the Moon's orbit on Earth.

Source: Express

07/08/2021

Climate change altered the size of human bodies

The average body size of humans has fluctuated significantly over the last million years and is linked to a changing climate, according to research published Thursday.

Source: CNN

07/08/2021

Climate Changed the Size of Our Bodies – And Our Brains

The average body size of humans has fluctuated significantly over the last million years and is strongly linked to temperature. Colder, harsher climates drove the evolution of larger body sizes, while warmer climates led to smaller bodies. Brain size also cha…

Source: SciTechDaily

07/08/2021

Climate changed the size of our bodies and, to some extent, our brains

An interdisciplinary team of researchers, led by the Universities of Cambridge and Tübingen, has gathered measurements of body and brain size for over 300 fossils from the genus Homo found across the globe. By combining this data with a reconstruction of the …

Source: Phys.Org

07/06/2021

Dragonflies are losing their wing color because of climate change, study shows

Researchers worry that female dragonflies may no longer recognize their male counterparts.

Source: CNN

07/05/2021

Exxon faces heat after lobbyists' comments on climate change cause furor

CEO apologizes after lobbyist caught on video saying oil company views carbon tax as a "talking point" that "is not going to happen."

Source: CBS News

07/04/2021

Tesla Model S Plaid goes up for grabs in fight for climate change policies

There are many reasons why someone would want to drive the Tesla Model S Plaid. There’s the vehicle’s supercar-beating performance, with its 0-60 mph time of 1.99 seconds, its 60-130 mph acceleration in 4.71 seconds, and its top speed of 200 mph. The Model S …

Source: Teslarati

07/04/2021

NASA Satellites Find Upper Atmosphere Cooling and Contracting Due to Climate Change

Since the mesosphere is much thinner than the part of the atmosphere we live in, the impacts of increasing greenhouse gases, such as carbon dioxide, differ from the warming we experience at the surface. One researcher compared where we live, the troposphere, …

Source: SciTechDaily

07/04/2021

Unprecedented heat, hundreds dead and a town destroyed. Climate change is frying the Northern Hemisphere

The tiny town of Lytton has come to hold a grim record. On Tuesday, it experienced Canada's highest-ever temperature, in an unprecedented heat wave that has over a week killed hundreds of people and triggered more than 150 wildfires across British Columbia, m…

Source: CNN

07/03/2021

Recent heat waves show the US power grid is not ready for climate change

In recent weeks, you’ve either had power problems or you’ve heard about them.

Source: Vox

07/03/2021

Climate change has gotten deadly. It will get worse.

Researchers say they are ‘virtually certain’ that warming from human greenhouse gas emissions played a pivotal role in recent fatalities.

Source: The Washington Post

07/02/2021

Modern elephants survived ancient climate change. More than 180 other species, including mastodons, didn't

While there are only three species of elephants now, they once belonged to a group called proboscideans that included 185 species living around the world. Researchers believe climate change, and not overhunting by early humans, caused almost all of them to go…

Source: CNN

07/01/2021

Tropical Storm Elsa is the latest evidence climate change is happening now

Tropical Storm Elsa became the earliest fifth named storm on record Thursday, the latest weather-related record this year that climate scientists warn is...

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

07/01/2021

Mammoths and mastodons were pushed to extinction by climate change, scientists say

However, the University of Bristol study does not totally absolve humans of blame, suggesting that hunting may well have finished off some proboscideans around 10,000 years ago.

Source: Daily Mail

07/01/2021

NASA satellites see upper atmosphere cooling and contracting due to climate change

The sky isn't falling, but scientists have found that parts of the upper atmosphere are gradually contracting in response to rising human-made greenhouse gas emissions.

Source: Phys.Org

07/01/2021

Queen and Princess Anne Travel in Electric Car to Climate Change Engagement

Source: Google News

06/30/2021

Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm suggests climate change played role in Florida condo collapse

Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm suggested that climate change could have played a role in the deadly collapse of a Florida condo tower.

Source: New York Post

06/29/2021

Heat wave on West Coast hints at climate change, scientists say

With global warming making extreme heat more frequent and severe, this week's heat waves may herald a climate reality that scientists thought was still decades in the future.

Source: NBC News

06/29/2021

Energy Sec. Granholm on Miami condo collapse: 'We don't know' if climate change was cause

Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm implied that climate change could have been a cause of the tragic residential building collapse in Surfside, Fla.

Source: Fox News

06/29/2021

Outrage after CNN, Granholm suggest climate change could have role in Surfside building collapse: 'Ghoulish'

CNN and Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm were ripped by viewers on Tuesday for suggesting that climate change could have been a factor in the tragic building collapse in Surfside, Florida.

Source: Fox News

06/29/2021

Miami condo collapse prompts questions over role of climate change

Experts suggest vulnerability of south Florida to rising seas could lead to destabilization of further buildings

Source: The Guardian

06/25/2021

Sea level rise due to climate change eyed as contributing factor in Miami-area building collapse

Former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin was sentenced Friday to 22 and a half years in prison for the murder of George Floyd, more than one year...

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

06/25/2021

Pacific Northwest braces for historic heat wave, and experts say climate change could be to blame

Source: ABC News

06/23/2021

'Worst is yet to come': Disastrous future ahead for millions worldwide due to climate change, report warns

Millions of people worldwide are in for a disastrous future of hunger and disease due to climate change, according to a draft report from the UN.

Source: USA Today

06/22/2021

Birds are migrating earlier due to climate change: What that means

A University of Michigan study was released Monday, analyzing how climate change is affecting bird migration and biology.

Source: Detroit Free Press

06/21/2021

Biden, top financial regulators to focus on climate change at White House meeting

President Biden is slated to meet with top financial regulators on Monday afternoon in the Oval Office.

Source: Fox Business

06/21/2021

Climate change is NOT to blame for birds shrinking in size, scientists say

North American migratory birds are changing in size and shape independently of changes in their migration timing, report University of Michigan scientists.

Source: Daily Mail

06/16/2021

An eighth of the US population is sweltering under a record-breaking heat dome. Climate change is making it worse

A potentially lethal heat wave is affecting more than 40 million people in the US this week.

Source: CNN

06/13/2021

LIVE UPDATES: G-7 leaders to agree to more global funding for climate change on final day of summit: report

Follow for the latest updates on the G-7.

Source: Fox News

06/12/2021

G7 leaders face biggest climate change decisions in history - David Attenborough

Sir David warns world leaders that humans may be "on the verge of destabilising the entire planet".

Source: BBC News

06/10/2021

Trump dismisses climate change, calls on Biden to fire joint chiefs | TheHill

Former President Trump issued a statement Thursday dismissing the threat of climate change and sa...

Source: The Hill

06/10/2021

Why a Texas congressman asked the Forest Service to move the moon to fight climate change

Louie Gohmert asked the US Forest Service if it could alter the orbits of the moon or the Earth to combat climate change. Was he serious?

Source: Electrek

06/10/2021

Fact check: Gohmert's attempts to connect moon orbits and solar flares to climate change

Republican Rep. Louie Gohmert of Texas made an argument about climate change at a House subcommittee hearing Tuesday that appeared to elicit confusion from a government official and ridicule on Twitter.

Source: CNN

06/09/2021

Rep. Louie Gohmert asks if Forest Service can shift Earth’s or moon’s orbit to fight climate change

WASHINGTON — If the U.S. Forest Service can do anything to change the orbits of the moon or Earth, Rep. Louie Gohmert wants to know. During a House hearing, ...

Source: The Dallas Morning News

06/09/2021

China Tempers Climate Change Efforts After Economic Officials Limit Scope

Authorities have limited the scope of a carbon-trading scheme as driving growth takes priority

Source: The Wall Street Journal

06/07/2021

'Glacier blood' could be key to understanding impacts of climate change

Source: Live Science

06/05/2021

Federal Reserve Chief Jerome Powell: Climate Change Threatens Global Economy

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said climate change is a threat to the global economy and the U.S. should lead in addressing it.

Source: Breitbart News

06/04/2021

To Offset Climate Change, Scientists Tout City Trees and Ultra-White Paint

More trees and more reflective surfaces won’t stop global warming, but they could help temper dangerous ‘heat islands’ in urban areas

Source: The Wall Street Journal

06/04/2021

Powell says climate change is not a main factor in the Fed's policy decisions

The head of the U.S. central bank said taking on issues related to global warming is more for the government than for the Federal Reserve.

Source: CNBC

06/04/2021

Fed chair Powell warns of 'profound challenges' posed by climate change

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell acknowledged serious risks the climate crisis poses to the world economy and called for a coordinated response that is led in the United States by elected officials.

Source: CNN

05/31/2021

More Than a Third of Heat Deaths Are Tied to Climate Change, Study Says

Sweeping new research found that heat-related deaths in warm seasons were boosted by climate change by an average of 37 percent.

Source: New York Times

05/31/2021

Larry Fink’s BlackRock-Backed Climate Change Activists Join Exxon Board

Larry Fink helped environmental zealots who want to eliminate fossil fuels get elected to ExxonMobil's board of directors.

Source: Breitbart News

05/29/2021

Has a climate change reckoning come for Big Oil?

Three of the world’s largest oil companies suffered defeats in a series of decisions that activists say could be a “game changer” in the fight against...

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

05/28/2021

Climate change-resistant corals could provide lifeline to battered reefs

In 2015, nearly half of Hawaii's coral reefs were affected by the most severe bleaching event to date. Coral bleaching occurs when warmer-than-normal ocean temperatures prompt corals to expel the algae that normally live inside them and on which the corals re…

Source: Phys.Org

05/28/2021

A fiery past sheds new light on the future of global climate change

Centuries-old smoke particles preserved in the ice reveal a fiery past in the Southern Hemisphere and shed new light on the future impacts of global climate change, according to new research published in Science Advances.

Source: Phys.Org

05/28/2021

Biden’s Fossil Fuel Moves Clash With Pledges on Climate Change

Over the past month the Biden administration has defended three significant oil and gas projects, raising concerns among environmentalists that climate policy is being undermined

Source: New York Times

05/27/2021

What the shakeups, legal losses for fossil fuel companies mean for climate change efforts

Source: Google News

05/27/2021

New coral reef restoration technology aims to reverse climate change damage

Marine scientist Deborah Brosnan remembers "feeling like a visitor at an amazing party" on her diving trips to a bay near the Caribbean island of Saint Barthelemy where she swam above coral reefs with nurse sharks, sea turtles and countless colorful fish.

Source: Reuters

05/27/2021

Experts blame climate change for increase in Michigan's tick population

Source: Detroit Free Press

05/27/2021

Scientists Are Trying To Save Coral Reefs From Climate Change

Hotter oceans are putting coral reefs in peril worldwide. Scientists are warning that to save them, heat-trapping emissions must fall, and reefs will need more protection and restoration.

Source: NPR

05/27/2021

Climate Change Is Accelerating, Scientists Warn

Scientists say humans must keep global temperatures from increasing more than 1.5 degrees Celsius. The World Meteorological Organization warns that number is looming.

Source: NPR

05/26/2021

Exxon Mobil shareholder vote a ‘watershed’ moment for climate change

Shareholders of Exxon Mobil handed America’s largest oil company its first defeat, electing two of four candidates activist investors nominated to its board.

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

05/25/2021

Exxon Mobil Faces Off Against Activist Investors on Climate Change

The oil company will hold a contested election for four board seats at its annual shareholders meeting on Wednesday.

Source: New York Times

05/25/2021

Board fight at Exxon intensifies spotlight on climate change

Source: ABC News

05/25/2021

New NASA Earth System Observatory Will Create a 3D, Holistic View of Earth – Help Address, Mitigate Climate Change

NASA will design a new set of Earth-focused missions to provide key information to guide efforts related to climate change, disaster mitigation, fighting forest fires, and improving real-time agricultural processes. With the Earth System Observatory, each sat…

Source: SciTechDaily

05/24/2021

New NASA Earth System Observatory to Help Address Climate Change

NASA will design a new set of Earth-focused missions to provide key information to guide efforts related to climate change, disaster mitigation, fighting forest fires, and improving real-time agricultural processes.

Source: NASA

05/24/2021

This Evolutionary Gift May Protect Coral From Climate Change

Coral in the Red Sea is unusually heat tolerant. The secret to its success may lie in the lucky confluence of geography and genetics.

Source: Wired

05/23/2021

Biden adviser says reducing red meat isn't sole climate change solution | TheHill

The White House's national climate adviser, Gina McCarthy, r...

Source: The Hill

05/21/2021

Your Uber and Lyft driver must go electric. California’s latest climate change mandate

Source: Google News

05/18/2021

Climate Change's Impact On Hurricane Sandy Has A Price: $8 Billion

Scientists have long thought some of the carnage from the 2012 hurricane might be attributable to a warming climate. New research calculates the additional flooding due to rising sea levels.

Source: NPR

05/13/2021

Great, Climate Change Is Making Space Junk a Bigger Problem

In the pantheon of climate change concerns, more space junk isn’t high on my list. Yet apparently it should be! The shifts taking place could increase space junk and impact the functionality of GPS and other technology vital to modern life.

Source: Gizmodo.com

05/12/2021

What if Space Junk and Climate Change Become the Same Problem?

Changes to the atmosphere caused by carbon dioxide emissions could increase the amount of debris that stays in orbit.

Source: New York Times

05/07/2021

Scientists unveil ingenious machine to refreeze the North Pole and fight climate change

SCIENTISTS from the University of Bangor have unveiled a radical plan to fight climate change by refreezing the North Pole. How will they do it? By harnessing the power of the wind and a bit of human ingenuity.

Source: Express

04/29/2021

Watching a coral reef die as climate change devastates one of the most pristine tropical island areas on Earth

Scientists watched in real time as rising ocean heat transformed the sprawling reef. It was a harbinger for ecosystems everywhere as the planet warms.

Source: The Conversation Africa

04/29/2021

German High Court Hands Youth a Victory in Climate Change Fight

The government must expand its plan to reduce carbon emissions to zero by 2050, the country’s highest court ruled. The decision requires lawmakers to make long-term commitments.

Source: New York Times

04/28/2021

Climate change: World's glaciers melting at a faster pace

The meltwater produced now accounts for about a fifth of global sea-level rise.

Source: BBC News

04/28/2021

Joanne Chory is harnessing plants to stop climate change

Plants are Earth's original carbon capture machines. Can they be engineered to stop climate change?

Source: The Washington Post

04/28/2021

Climate change has been altering Earth's axis for at least 30 years

Global warming is making Earth wobble on its axis.

Source: Live Science

04/28/2021

Climate change: A small green rock's warning about our future

A cobble from under the sea tells a story of how the West Antarctic Ice Sheet could disappear.

Source: BBC News

04/26/2021

Earth knocked off its axis by glacial melting due to climate change: study

The melting of glaciers as a result of climate change has knocked the Earth off its axis, according to new research. The North and South poles have moved about 13 feet since 1980 – with melting gla…

Source: New York Post

04/26/2021

Climate Change Has Now Invisibly Shifted Earth's Axis, New Data Reveal

Humanity's impacts on our planet's climate are so profound, we have for decades been unwittingly shifting the very axis upon which Earth spins around, scientists say.

Source: ScienceAlert

04/25/2021

Earth's Axis Has Been Shifted by Climate Change, Study Says

Scientists behind the study said that melting glaciers have contributed to the shift observed in the 1990s.

Source: Newsweek

04/25/2021

Whitest white paint could help fight climate change

Source: ABC News

04/24/2021

Climate Change Has Shifted the Axis of the Earth

Loss of water on land through ice melting and human-caused factors is changing the movement of the North and South poles. Glacial melting due to global warming is likely the cause of a shift in the movement of the poles that occurred in the 1990s. The locatio…

Source: SciTechDaily

04/23/2021

Climate Change Has Knocked Earth Off Its Axis

Of all the things attributable to climate change, the rotational poles moving is definitely one of the weirder ones. But a new study shows that’s exactly what’s happening. Disappearing ice is playing a major role, as is groundwater depletion.

Source: Gizmodo.com

04/23/2021

Biden’s climate change summit 2021: 4 winners and 4 losers

Winner: Joe Biden. Loser: The coal industry.

Source: Vox

04/23/2021

'Pizzly' bear hybrids are spreading across the Arctic thanks to climate change

The hybrids may have an advantage over polar bears because their jaws enable them to eat a more diverse range of foods.

Source: Live Science

04/22/2021

White House dances around a big contributor to climate change: agriculture

Biden wants to slash emissions by the end of the decade, but his administration is treading lightly when it comes to the farm industry.

Source: Politico

04/22/2021

Larry Kudlow: Biden climate change, tax plans mean less investment, productivity, family income, and growth

‘Kudlow’ host Larry Kudlow slammed Biden's climate change and tax policies Thursday, saying if the administration raises the capital gains tax, there will be less investment, productivity, wages, family income, and growth.

Source: Fox Business

04/22/2021

NASA and the new urgency of climate change

When Joe Biden was elected president, many expected NASA would shift direction, emphasizing climate change over human spaceflight. Three months into Biden's term, it’s increasingly clear those changes aren’t nearly as radical as some might have thought.

Source: SpaceNews

04/22/2021

Cathie Wood’s ARK says Bitcoin could help fight climate change

The top global cryptocurrency has a big carbon footprint, but ARK Invest says Bitcoin could boost renewables investment.

Source: Al Jazeera English

04/22/2021

Here’s what countries pledged on climate change at Biden’s global summit

The pledges by U.S. allies and adversaries at the global climate summit come shortly after Biden vowed to reduce U.S. emissions by at least 50% by 2030.

Source: CNBC

04/21/2021

Climate change: Biden summit to push for 'immediate' action

Forty world leaders will be urged to increase their carbon-cutting actions at US virtual summit.

Source: BBC News

04/21/2021

Chinese President Xi to attend Biden's climate change summit

BEIJING - China's President Xi Jinping will attend a U.S.- led climate change summit Thursday at the invitation of President Joe Biden.

Source: NBC News

04/20/2021

Why Climate Change is Driving Some to Skip Having Kids

A new study finds that overconsumption, overpopulation and uncertainty about the future are among the top concerns of those who say climate change is affecting their reproductive decision-making.

Source: UANews

04/19/2021

Google Earth's New Timelapse Feature Shows the Effects of Climate Change

See the dramatic effects of climate change.

Source: PetaPixel

04/19/2021

EXCLUSIVE India may build new coal plants due to low cost despite climate change

India may build new coal-fired power plants as they generate the cheapest power, according to a draft electricity policy document seen by Reuters, despite growing calls from environmentalists to deter use of coal.

Source: Reuters

04/18/2021

U.S., China pledge to tackle climate change with 'urgency'

The statement showed the two nations continued to engage in efforts to rein in greenhouse gases, even as the relationship between Washington and Beijing faces rising strains.

Source: Politico

04/18/2021

Macron says Biden is "100% right" to push for more action on climate change

"It's time to deliver. It's time to rush, and President Biden is 100% right to do so," Macron said in an interview with "Face the Nation."

Source: CBS News

04/18/2021

Google Earth Shows The Effects of Nearly 40 Years of Climate Change

The awe-inspiring 3D time-lapses provided by Google Earth are showcasing the grave effects of climate change.

Source: Interesting Engineering

04/18/2021

Feuds set aside as U.S. and China agree to cooperate on climate change

The U.S. and China have agreed to join forces to fight climate change, just days before President Joe Biden hosts a summit of world leaders on the issue.

Source: NBC News

04/18/2021

US and China agree to cooperate on climate change after talks in Shanghai

The US and China have agreed to cooperate on climate change after two days of high-profile meetings in Shanghai, despite rising tensions between the two countries.

Source: CNN

04/17/2021

Google Earth Now Shows You The Consequences of Climate Change For The Past 37 Years

Google Earth gives you a fascinating 3D tour of the planet in your web browser, and the app's newest feature lets you look back from the current day all the way to 1984 – so you can see how climate change has changed the face of Earth over the last

Source: ScienceAlert

04/17/2021

Allergy season 2021: Climate change is making your allergies worse

The annual pollenocalypse is here.

Source: Vox

04/16/2021

Google Earth's timelapse feature puts a spotlight on climate change

Google Earth on Thursday added a timelapse feature to the popular platform, providing a glimpse into how climate change, urbanization and deforestation have altered the planet over the last four decades.

Source: Reuters

04/16/2021

Google Earth adds time-lapse video to depict climate change

SAN RAMON, Calif. — The Google Earth app is adding a new video feature that draws upon nearly four decades of satellite imagery to vividly illustrate how climate change has affected glaciers, beach…

Source: New York Post

04/16/2021

Google Earth Update Lets You See How Climate Change Has Dramatically Altered Our World

Google Earth's latest update brings a time-lapse feature to specific locations on Earth that allows users to view the way areas have changed from 1985 to 2020.

Source: IGN

04/16/2021

Think climate change is a hoax? Don't watch this Google Earth timelapse

Google Earth's new Timelapse features shows you just how much humans are changing things

Source: Tom's Guide

04/15/2021

New feature on Google Earth shows you the astonishing effects of climate change | TheHill

Google’s newest feature was made from 24 million satellite images.

Source: The Hill

04/15/2021

Google Earth adds time lapse video to depict climate change

SAN RAMON, Calif. (AP) — The Google Earth app is adding a new video feature that draws upon nearly four decades of satellite imagery to vividly illustrate how climate change has affected glaciers,...

Source: Associated Press

04/15/2021

Google Earth's new Timelapse feature shows 40 years of climate change in just seconds

Google Earth latest feature, Timelapse, lets users see how 40 years of climate change have impacted places all over the world.

Source: CNN

04/15/2021

Google Earth's new Timelapse feature shows chilling effect of climate change

Google Earth users can now see the striking effect of climate change over the past four decades with the new tool Timelapse.

Source: CNN

04/15/2021

Apple launches $200 million fund for climate change

The Restore Fund, part of the company’s larger climate effort, will invest in forest properties that are managed to increase carbon removal and produce timber, with a goal of removing 1 million metric tons of carbon dioxide annually.

Source: The Verge

04/15/2021

JPMorgan pledges $2.5 trillion over the next decade toward climate change

JPMorgan will invest trillions over the next decade in long-term solutions tackling climate action and social equality.

Source: CNBC

04/14/2021

SEC’s Gary Gensler eyes crypto and climate change with confirmation official

Gary Gensler has become the 33rd Chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Source: Fox Business

04/14/2021

Climate Change Will Linger After Carbon Emissions Fall

The U.S. plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions dramatically in the next decade. Scientists say it's crucial that the U.S. succeed. Still, many of the positive effects won't arrive for decades.

Source: NPR

04/14/2021

Tech billionaires are obsessed with climate change — but some question if they’re focusing on the right areas

Climate change is high on the agenda for Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates but some are questioning if they're focusing their efforts on the right areas.

Source: CNBC

04/13/2021

Biden Wants World Leaders to Make Climate Change Commitments

The administration is closing in on deals with some close allies, but agreements with powers like China, Brazil and India are proving difficult.

Source: New York Times

04/13/2021

NFTs Are Shaking Up the Art World. Are They Also Fueling Climate Change?

Making the digital artworks requires colossal amounts of computing power, and that means greenhouse gases.

Source: New York Times

04/12/2021

'Sink into your grief.' How one scientist confronts the emotional toll of climate change

In new book, Kimberly Nicholas describes students “running into a house that is on fire”

Source: Science Magazine

04/11/2021

Over a third of Antarctic ice shelf could collapse as climate change warms the Earth

Source: Space.com

04/06/2021

The Last Word: Robert Redford on Activism, Fighting Climate Change, and the Importance of Truth

The acting legend talks founding Sundance, the moment he became an environmentalist, and what 'All the President's Men' was really about

Source: Rolling Stone

04/02/2021

NASA measures direct evidence humans are causing climate change

NASA has finally closed a gap in the litany of evidence connecting humans to climate change.

Source: CBS News

04/02/2021

Why Climate Change Is Making Seasonal Allergies Worse : Short Wave

We ask allergy expert Dr. Juanita Mora if seasonal allergies are getting worse. Plus, some quick tips for managing those pesky allergy symptoms.Email the show at shortwave@npr.org.

Source: NPR

04/02/2021

Sweden axes Bill Gates-funded Harvard experiment aiming to DIM THE SUN to fight climate change amid outcry from activists

Sweden’s space agency has called off a geoengineering experiment to determine whether blotting out the sun with aerosols could reverse global warming. Funded by Bill Gates, the project stoked fierce opposition from eco groups.

Source: RT

04/01/2021

NASA just released the first direct evidence that humans are causing climate change

It was clear humans were warming the planet for some time -- now we have official confirmation.

Source: ZME Science

04/01/2021

How your gas stove sparked a battle over climate change

Natural gas has long been considered a less harmful fossil fuel, but methane leaks from natural gas contribute more to climate change than previously thought. As some cities try to ban new gas hookups to cut down on greenhouse gas emissions, gas companies are…

Source: The Verge

03/31/2021

Janet Yellen: Climate change poses ‘existential threat’ to financial markets

The FSOC focused on climate for the first time since Congress established the body in 2010.

Source: Politico

03/31/2021

NASA measures direct evidence humans are causing climate change

NASA has finally closed a gap in the litany of evidence connecting humans to climate change.

Source: CBS News

03/31/2021

Here’s how Biden’s $2 trillion infrastructure plan addresses climate change

If signed into law, Biden's infrastructure plan would rank as one of the largest federal efforts ever to curb U.S. greenhouse gas emissions.

Source: CNBC

03/30/2021

Big Oil's Secret World of Trading Fuels Profits as Climate Change Worries Rise

Source: Bloomberg

03/29/2021

Sen. Toomey accuses the Fed of overstepping on climate change and other social issues

Toomey, R-Pa., expressed concern about the central bank's foray into social issues such as climate change, race and health insurance.

Source: CNBC

03/27/2021

Fans criticise Gorillaz for selling NFT after impact on climate change revealed

Fans have criticised Gorillaz for launching an NFT after it was revealed the digital items have a huge effect on climate change.

Source: NME

03/26/2021

Thanks to climate change, Pittsburgh is among the worst regions for allergy sufferers, study says - Pittsburgh Post

The Pittsburgh area is the 5th most challenging metropolitan region in the U.S. for allergy sufferers.

Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

03/25/2021

Why Riders Abandoning Buses and Trains is a Problem for Climate Change

Public transit offers a simple way for cities to lower greenhouse gas emissions, but the pandemic has pushed ridership, and revenue, off a cliff in many big systems.

Source: New York Times

03/24/2021

Ancient Greenland Cave Sediments Contain a Climate Change Warning

Increasing geologic evidence suggests that the Arctic was once a lot warmer than it is today, which means big trouble as we continue to pump greenhouse gases into the atmosphere with abandon.

Source: Gizmodo.com

03/23/2021

Fed sets up panels to examine risks that climate change poses to the financial system

The Federal Reserve has taken another step forward in efforts to ensure that the financial system is protected against climate risks.

Source: CNBC

03/19/2021

Bill Gates says he'll fly a lot less and eat more synthetic meat to fight climate change

Bill Gates said Friday in an Ask Me Anything session on Reddit that he aims to cut his carbon consumption by flying less and eating synthetic meat more often.

Source: CNBC

03/18/2021

Joe Manchin and the filibuster will decide if Biden succeeds on climate change

A clean energy standard rests in his hands.

Source: Vox

03/17/2021

Feeding cows a few ounces of seaweed daily could sharply reduce their contribution to climate change

A little seaweed with that? Cowirrie/Flickr, CC BY-SAMethane is a short-lived but powerful greenhouse gas and the second-largest contributor to climate...

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

03/15/2021

Ancient leaves preserved under a mile of Greenland's ice – and lost in a freezer for years – hold lessons about climate change

This ancient ecosystem showed that the ice sheet had melted to the ground in northern Greenland within the past million years.

Source: The Conversation Africa

03/15/2021

Buffett's Berkshire opposes shareholders' climate change, diversity proposals

Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc on Monday urged the rejection of shareholder proposals that annual reports be produced about its efforts to address climate change and promote diversity and inclusion.

Source: Reuters

03/15/2021

The Amazon May Now Actually Be Making Climate Change Worse, Scientists Warn

It's no secret that the world's largest tropical rainforest, the Amazon, is under immense pressure, nearing an ecological tipping point and at risk of collapsing.

Source: ScienceAlert

03/15/2021

Redlined US homes face higher flood risks from climate change, new study finds

Americans of color who were once forced to purchase houses in less-desirable neighborhoods are now in greater danger of losing their homes to flooding caused by climate change, according to a new study.

Source: CNN

03/11/2021

Hawaii: flooding forces evacuations as officials warn 'this is climate change'

Scientists say residents should expect to see more intense rainstorms more frequently as the planet warms

Source: The Guardian

03/09/2021

Jeff Bezos’s climate change effort, the Bezos Earth Fund, will spend $1 billion a year

The Amazon founder also named Andrew Steel, the head of the World Resources Institute, as its first CEO.

Source: Vox

03/09/2021

U.S and China Engage, Tentatively, on Climate Change

Washington and Beijing will co-chair a G-20 study group focusing on climate-related financial risks, a confidence-building move amid strained bilateral ties

Source: The Wall Street Journal

03/09/2021

Bitcoin's Climate Change Impact Is Under Scrutiny

As companies and investors increasingly say they are focused on climate and sustainability, the cryptocurrency’s huge carbon footprint could become a red flag.

Source: New York Times

03/08/2021

Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg thinks smart glasses could help combat climate change

Zuckerberg's remarks are notable because he identifies software that could be the hook to get people to wear advanced headsets.

Source: CNBC

03/07/2021

Biden’s wooing both labor and environmentalists on climate change. Oil pipelines may drive them apart.

The president is trying to square environmentalists’ demands to stop burning fossil fuels with labor leaders' desire for union jobs linked to oil and gas.

Source: The Washington Post

03/05/2021

China’s new 5-year climate change plan won’t cut it

The plan could allow for emissions to keep growing through 2025.

Source: Vox

03/03/2021

House Energy and Commerce leaders unveil sweeping climate change legislation

The 981-page bill calls for a federal clean energy standard that sets an interim goal of 80 percent clean electricity by 2030 and 100 percent by 2035.

Source: Politico

03/03/2021

The oil industry is getting greener faster as U.S. policy shifts to climate change

The greening of the American oil industry has gone into overdrive.

Source: CNBC

03/03/2021

At Yale, new FedEx-supported center to focus on climate change solutions

A $100 million gift from FedEx will help fund a new center at Yale University focused on developing natural solutions for reducing atmospheric carbon.

Source: Yale.edu

02/26/2021

K-pop superstars Blackpink in climate change message - BBC News

Source: Google News

02/26/2021

Are the Earth’s shifting magnetic fields causing climate change?

Bold new research claims that atmospheric changes more than 40,000 years ago could be related to the climate crisis.

Source: Euronews

02/26/2021

You're Not Imagining It. Climate Change Is Making Allergy Seasons Start Earlier

Pollen grains from flowering plants were meant to fly, sometimes travelling hundreds of kilometres on the wind. Now it appears that the climate crisis has accelerated that travel, making allergy season in some areas of the world start earlier, last l

Source: ScienceAlert

02/24/2021

Why the world's largest fund manager is getting more aggressive — and says climate change boosts the case for equities

Critical information for the trading day

Source: MarketWatch

02/23/2021

Sea rise accelerating as climate change causes collapse of glaciers

Glaciers are flowing more quickly into the ocean in West Antarctica due to climate change, contributing to rising sea levels, a study has found.The most detailed study to date of ice loss in the Getz

Source: The Times

02/23/2021

Climate change: West Antarctica's Getz glaciers flowing faster

Satellites record the speed-up of glaciers along a 1,000km stretch of Antarctic coastline.

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

02/23/2021

Climate change: West Antarctica's Getz glaciers flowing faster

Satellites record the speed-up of glaciers along a 1,000km stretch of Antarctic coastline.

Source: BBC News

02/21/2021

Texas and California built different power grids, but neither stood up to climate change

The winter storm that crippled Texas this week and heat wave the hit California last summer show much more needs to be done to protect power supplies from extreme weather.

Source: Politico

02/19/2021

Study blames Earth’s magnetic field flip for climate change, extinctions

Study suggests that one magnetic event caused everything from extinctions to art.

Source: Ars Technica

02/19/2021

U.S. Officially Rejoins Paris Agreement On Climate Change

The United States on Friday officially rejoined the Paris Agreement on climate change. The landmark 2016 accord is designed to limit global warming and avoid its potentially catastrophic impacts.

Source: NPR

02/19/2021

Magnetic reversal 42,000 years ago triggered climate change

Researchers have analysed the radiocarbon record from ancient trees in New Zealand that were alive when the magnetic poles flipped.

Source: Daily Mail

02/18/2021

Facebook will debunk myths about climate change, stepping further into 'arbiter of truth' role

Facebook announced that it will now debunk common myths about climate change, further leaning into the arbiter of truth role that the company once renounced.

Source: CNBC

02/17/2021

Bill Gates explains why he's optimistic about preventing catastrophic climate change, even as he warns we have 'no time to waste'

The transition to clean energy will have to be driven by both governments and the private sector working together—just as the personal computer revolution was

Source: MarketWatch

02/17/2021

How one Texas storm exposed an energy grid unprepared for climate change

WASHINGTON — A devastating <a href="https://www.nbcnews.com/news/weather/texans-battle-relentless-drastic-freezes-power-outages-record-cold-persist-n1258044"

Source: NBC News

02/17/2021

Texas blackouts show power grid can't handle climate change

Extreme weather events are becoming more frequent and more severe as the planet heats up.

Source: Los Angeles Times

02/16/2021

Climate change 'delayed migration of plant-eating dinosaurs by millions of years'

New study of fossils suggests arrival in northern hemisphere long after meat-eating cousins

Source: The Guardian

02/16/2021

Bill Gates commends Elon Musk on climate change effort after being accused of shorting Tesla (TSLA)

Bill Gates made positive comments about Elon Musk’s effort to combat climate change, and the comments came just after Musk accused Gates of shorting Tesla (TSLA). As we previously reported, Musk and Gates don’t always see eye to eye. Gates has previously made…

Source: Electrek

02/16/2021

A Glimpse of the Future in Texas: Climate Change Means Trouble for Power Grids

Systems are designed to handle spikes in demand, but the wild and unpredictable weather linked to global warming will very likely push grids beyond their limits.

Source: New York Times

02/16/2021

Climate change likely drove the extinction of North America's largest animals

A new study suggests that the extinction of North America's largest mammals was not driven by over-hunting by rapidly expanding human populations following their entrance into the Americas. Instead, the findings, based on a new statistical modelling approach,…

Source: Science Daily

02/16/2021

Climate change likely drove the extinction of North America's largest animals

A new study published in Nature Communications suggests that the extinction of North America's largest mammals was not driven by overhunting by rapidly expanding human populations following their entrance into the Americas. Instead, the findings, based on a n…

Source: Phys.Org

02/16/2021

Bill Gates on learning from the pandemic, vaccines and climate change

Source: Google News

02/15/2021

USA TODAY exclusive: Bill Gates discusses confronting climate change, says Joe Biden's energy and emissions goals are within reach

"He's doing the right things, but we still do not have a plan," Bill Gates said of President Joe Biden's executive orders on climate change.

Source: USA Today

02/15/2021

Bill Gates says ending COVID-19 pandemic 'easier' than solving climate change

Currently, the world emits about 50 billion tonnes of greenhouse gasses into the atmosphere each year.

Source: Fox Business

02/15/2021

Bill Gates interview: The breakthrough technologies that will solve climate change, how to fund them, and what Biden can do to help

Bill Gates tells Insider how to slow climate change through innovation and what a new administration can do to help.

Source: Business Insider

02/09/2021

Climate Change Lengthening Pollen Season in U.S., Study Shows

New research suggests that climate change is responsible for longer pollen seasons in the United States and more pollen in the air, as well.

Source: New York Times

02/09/2021

Himalayan glacier disaster highlights climate change risks

NEW DELHI (AP) — When Ravi Chopra saw the devastating deluge of water and debris crash downstream from a Himalayan glacier on Sunday, his first thought was that this was exactly the scenario that...

Source: Associated Press

02/09/2021

Study: Climate change exacerbating pollen season | TheHill

Pollen season is becoming longer, earlier and more intense as a result of a changing climate, a s...

Source: The Hill

02/08/2021

Climate Change Is Creating a Nightmare for Allergy Sufferers

A new study out Monday is the latest to suggest that climate change is already making people’s lives worse. The findings show pollen season in North America has gotten measurably longer and that pollen has become more plentiful over the past three decades, du…

Source: Gizmodo.com

02/06/2021

Arctic stew: Understanding how high-latitude lakes respond to and affect climate change

To arrive at Nunavut, turn left at the Dakotas and head north. You can't miss it—the vast tundra territory covers almost a million square miles of northern Canada. Relatively few people call this lake-scattered landscape home, but the region plays a crucial r…

Source: Phys.Org

02/05/2021

Climate change "may have played a key role" in coronavirus pandemic, study says

The study looked at changes in the forests of Southeast Asia – "a global hotspot" for bat species.

Source: CBS News

02/05/2021

Here's How Climate Change May Have Played a Role in The Emergence of COVID-19

If last year's climate change fueled megafires and the global pandemic have taught us anything, it's how interconnected we all are with each other and our environment. Now, we have some early hints that both climate change and the cause of the pandem

Source: ScienceAlert

02/04/2021

Exposure to climate change drives stability or collapse of desert mammal and bird communities

Understanding how our warming climate affects vulnerable species is of paramount importance. However, predicting responses is complicated because species are complex and may adapt or respond in distinct ways. Riddell et al. compared a century-old dataset on s…

Source: Science Magazine

02/01/2021

Geologists produce new timeline of Earth's Paleozoic climate changes

The temperature of a planet is linked with the diversity of life that it can support. MIT geologists have now reconstructed a timeline of the Earth's temperature during the early Paleozoic era, between 510 and 440 million years ago—a pivotal period when anima…

Source: Phys.Org

02/01/2021

Geologists produce new timeline of Earth's Paleozoic climate changes

MIT geologists have produced a new timeline of Earth’s Paleozoic climate changes. The record shows ancient temperature variations coinciding with shifts in planet’s biodiversity.

Source: Mit.edu

01/28/2021

Laid-off Keystone XL worker about Biden's new climate change policies: ‘They just don’t care’

Neal Crabtree, formerly a welding foreman on the Keystone XL, was ‘very disappointed’ in the new climate policies announced by the Biden administration...

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

01/28/2021

As Biden vows monumental action on climate change, a fight with the fossil fuel industry has only begun

President Biden is determined to curb America's carbon output, including oil and gas production. It's not going to come without a fight.

Source: The Washington Post

01/27/2021

Biden suspends oil and gas leasing in slew of executive actions on climate change

Biden's orders will halt oil and natural gas leases on public lands and waters in an effort to curb planet-warming carbon emissions.

Source: CNBC

01/27/2021

Biden to sign major executive orders on climate change

Biden's climate actions include establishing climate change as a national security priority and conserving at least 30% of federal land and oceans by 2030.

Source: CNBC

01/22/2021

SPAC Climate Change Crises stock rockets after deal to take EVgo public

Shares of Climate Change Crisis Real Impact I Acquisition Corp. undefined soared 48.3% in premarket trading Friday, after special purpose acquisition company...

Source: MarketWatch

01/22/2021

EVgo, an LS Power Company, and Leader in U.S. Electric Vehicle Fast Charging, to Publicly List through Business Combination with Climate Change Crisis Real Impact I Acquisition Corporation

EVgo Services LLC (“EVgo”), the nation’s largest electric vehicle (EV) public fast charging network in the U.S. and a wholly-owned subsidiary of LS Po

Source: Business Wire

01/20/2021

Biden signs executive orders on climate change, coronavirus

President Joe Biden has signed a series of executive orders from the Oval Office hours after his inauguration.

Source: AZFamily

01/20/2021

World's largest lakes reveal climate change trends

Sixteen years of remote sensing data reveals that in Earth's largest freshwater lakes, climate change influences carbon fixation trends.

Source: Phys.Org

01/12/2021

New Senate Banking Committee head: Wall Street will have to prioritize climate change, racism

The influential Senate Banking Committee will be getting a new chairman in Ohio Democrat Sherrod Brown, who laid out his top priorities for policy on Tuesday...

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

01/12/2021

Climate change is making baby sharks smaller, undernourished and exhausted

Baby sharks are being born smaller, undernourished and exhausted as climate change warms the world's oceans, researchers say.

Source: CNN

01/07/2021

Disasters caused $210 billion in damage in 2020, showing growing cost of climate change

The six costliest disasters of 2020 occurred in the U.S., topped by Hurricane Laura's devastation, which caused $13 billion in damage after hitting Louisiana.

Source: CNBC

01/07/2021

U.S. Disaster Costs Doubled in 2020, Reflecting Costs of Climate Change

The $95 billion in damage came in a year marked by a record number of named Atlantic storms, as well as the largest wildfires recorded in California.

Source: New York Times

01/01/2021

UK Company Develops Mask for Cows to Control Methane Emission and Fight Climate Change

As cows burp methane, the smart mask breaks it down and reduce greenhouse gas emission to help in the fight climate change

Source: International Business Times, Singapore Edition

01/01/2021

This burp-catching mask for cows could slow down climate change

Methane from cattle accounts for a significant amount of global warming – startup Zelp has a comfortable and stylish solution

Source: Wired.co.uk

12/26/2020

In pursuing historic climate change agenda, Biden may find surprising ally

In pursuing historic climate change agenda, Biden may find surprising ally

Source: NBC News

12/23/2020

Sea-level rise from climate change could exceed the high-end projections, scientists warn

Top scientists believe that the high-end estimates of sea-level rise are likely not high enough.

Source: CBS News

12/20/2020

The money funding climate change denial

President Trump has called climate change a hoax, and he's not alone in that belief. Here's why climate denialism is so persistent in American politics.

Source: CNBC

12/20/2020

Venus was once more Earth-like, but climate change made it uninhabitable

A severe climate change event on Venus may have transformed an Earth-like climate to the current uninhabitable-to-humans state.

Source: EarthSky

12/19/2020

If only they listened to Greta: World Economic Forum says CLIMATE CHANGE wrecked Venus

When it comes to the fight against climate change, the boffins at the World Economic Forum think we can learn from the planet Venus, which had its oceans and milder climate wrecked. All that, and nobody on Venus ever drove a car.

Source: RT

12/17/2020

Climate Change, Not Mongol Invasion, Destroyed Central Asia's River Civilizations | Archaeology, Paleoclimatology - Sci

The Aral Sea basin in Central Asia and its major rivers, the Amu Darya and Syr Darya, were the center of advanced river civilizations, and a principal hub of the Silk Roads over a period of more than 2,000 years.

Source: Sci-News.com

12/16/2020

Global rich must cut their carbon footprint 97% to stave off climate change, UN says

Preventing the worst effects of global warming requires dramatic reductions from the people that pollute the most.

Source: CBS News

12/16/2020

Federal Reserve joins global group focused on fighting climate change

The U.S. central bank said on Tuesday that it is has joined a global network focused partly on developing climate risk management for the financial sector.

Source: CNBC

12/14/2020

Exxon Mobil pushes new climate change plan as activist investors circle

Exxon Mobil unveiled a new plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions through 2025 as activist investor pressure on the oil giant tied to climate change mounts.

Source: CNBC

12/14/2020

Venus was once more Earth-like, but climate change made it uninhabitable

We can learn a lot about climate change from Venus, our sister planet. Venus currently has a surface temperature of 450℃ (the temperature of an oven's self-cleaning cycle) and an atmosphere dominated by carbon dioxide (96 percent) with a density 90 times that…

Source: Phys.Org

12/13/2020

A $7 trillion climate change warning to the stock market from its biggest shareholder

BlackRock is the world's biggest asset manager, with over $7 trillion in assets, and something big just happened in regards to its climate change influence.

Source: CNBC

12/13/2020

How will sea levels change with climate change?

In some places, sea levels are actually falling.

Source: Live Science

12/07/2020

Exxon's (XOM) Carbon Capture Project Stalled in Climate Change Setback

Source: Bloomberg

12/07/2020

As climate change threatens Pacific Islands, some atolls have been growing. Now scientists have figured out why

Low-lying atolls in the Pacific Ocean have long been considered some of the most vulnerable areas to climate change, as rising sea levels threaten to submerge them.

Source: CNN

12/02/2020

Climate Change Threatens Health, Doctors Warn : Shots - Health News

Heat waves, air pollution and extreme weather are making people sick and, increasingly, killing people. A key report by global physicians says fossil fuels are to blame.

Source: NPR

12/01/2020

Prince Harry urges people to be 'raindrops' in climate change speech

The Duke of Sussex, 36, who currently resides in a £11million mansion in California, spoke of his passion for nature and Africa during a video interview with WaterBear representatives.

Source: Daily Mail

11/27/2020

Trees are losing their leaves earlier because of climate change

Trees will start to shed their leaves earlier as the planet warms, a new study has suggested, contradicting previous assumptions that warming temperatures are delaying the onset of fall.

Source: CNN

11/22/2020

Could we ever pull enough carbon out of the atmosphere to stop climate change?

Planting trees helps, but what are other ways?

Source: Live Science

11/19/2020

Bezos not only wealthy investor getting serious about climate change, without the politics

Within private client groups at banks like UBS and wealthy investor clubs like Tiger 21, climate change is now a core investing theme, not a political issue.

Source: CNBC

11/11/2020

These Stocks Could Rise Further as Biden Takes on Climate Change

Source: Barron's

11/10/2020

This Extinct Human Ancestor Evolved to Cope With Climate Change, But Didn't Survive

The discovery of a 2-million-year-old skull in a South African cave is changing what we think we know about one of humanity's primitive ancestors, scientists report in a new study.

Source: ScienceAlert

11/10/2020

2-Million-Year-Old Skull of Paranthropus robustus Suggests Climate Change Drove Rapid Changes | Paleoanthropology - Sci

The well-preserved adult male skull of Paranthropus robustus from the Drimolen cave system northwest of Johannesburg in South Africa, dated from approximately 2.04-1.95 million years ago, suggests that this hominin evolved rapidly during a period of local cli…

Source: Sci-News.com

11/09/2020

Fed report: Near-term risks remain high, mentions climate change for the first time

Source: Google News

11/09/2020

Fed report: Near-term risks remain high, mentions climate change for the first time

Steve Liesman joins 'Closing Bell' to report details on the Federal Reserve's stability report that mentioned elevated asset prices, high levels of business ...

Source: YouTube

11/09/2020

Climate Change May Have Driven Ancient Human Species to Extinction

Several close relatives of our species, Homo sapiens, have walked this Earth since the genus Homo evolved more than 2 million years ago. These hominins lived in diverse habitats and challenging environments. Some even crossed paths and interbred.

Source: ScienceAlert

11/02/2020

$41 Pension Fund Settles Australian Climate Change Lawsuit

A $41 billion pension fund sued in Australia over its disclosure of climate change risks settled the lawsuit on Monday with a commitment to net zero emissions in its portfolio by 2050 -- a case that may spur more litigation around the world.

Source: Bloomberg

10/28/2020

Biden's space policy: One giant leap for climate change

Biden’s pledge to rededicate the U.S. to combating climate change would mean a greater role for NASA’s Earth science research.

Source: Politico

10/25/2020

Billie Eilish Sounds Alarm on Climate Change, Says ‘Vote the Orange Man Out’ in Visually Dazzling Livestream

In a visually dazzling pay-per-view livestream Saturday, Billie Eilish played something close to her usual set. But she was far from being on her usual set, as ingenious digital effects turned her soundstage into a peaceful starfield, the lair of a giant spid…

Source: Variety

10/21/2020

Climate change: 'Cooling paint' could cut emissions from buildings

Researchers have developed a white paint that reflects sunlight and helps cool buildings.

Source: BBC News

10/20/2020

Colorado's record-breaking wildfires show "climate change is here and now"

As bad as this year has been, scientists warn it's "unlikely that the records from 2020 will stand for long."

Source: CBS News

10/20/2020

Iconic Food Web Threatened by Climate Change

Declines in shellfish species on rocky seashores match climate-driven changes. Two decades of data from a study of Maine's Swan's Island document a slow and steady dwindling of mussels, barnacles, and snails. The waters of the Gulf of Maine are warming faster…

Source: SciTechDaily

10/19/2020

Study Says an Adorable Species May Be Doing Okay in Climate Change - The American Pika!

The American pika (Ochotona princeps) is traditionally thought of as a canary in the coal mine when it comes to America's rising temperatures.

Source: ScienceAlert

10/19/2020

These are Citi's stock picks to buy — and sell — as China pledges to fight against climate change

Chinese President Xi Jinping said in a speech at the United Nations General Assembly last month that his country aims to become carbon neutral by 2060.

Source: CNBC

10/17/2020

“Ten One-Billionths of Cosmic History” –Past Homo Species Could Not Survive Intense Climate Change (Weekend Fe - The Daily Galaxy -

The human experience on our pale blue dot has lasted for less than 10 one-billionths of cosmic history surrounded by a vast lifeless space, yet we Humans are congratulating ourselves,” says Peter Brannen author of Ends of the World about the current reign of …

Source: The Daily Galaxy --Great Discoveries Channel

10/16/2020

Climate Change Likely Drove Our Ancestors to Extinction, Study Finds

Source: EcoWatch

10/16/2020

Early Human Species Likely Driven to Extinction by Climate Change

Of the six or more different species of early humans, all belonging to the genus Homo, only we Homo sapiens have managed to survive. Now, a study reported in the journal One Earth today (October 15, 2020) combining climate modeling and the fossil record in se…

Source: SciTechDaily

10/15/2020

Old Faithful Might Not Survive Climate Change

Yellowstone National Park is home to a magnificent geyser known as Old Faithful that spits out boiling hot water at regular intervals. I’ve never seen it, but I figured there was no rush since it’d probably be around forever. Turns out I was wrong.

Source: Gizmodo.com

10/15/2020

Climate change may cause Old Faithful to stop spewing: study

It’s apparently happened before.

Source: New York Post

10/15/2020

Climate change likely drove early human species to extinction, modeling study suggests

Of the six or more different species of early humans, all belonging to the genus Homo, only we Homo sapiens have managed to survive. Now, a study reported in the journal One Earth on October 15 combining climate modeling and the fossil record in search of clu…

Source: Phys.Org

10/14/2020

Climate change is responsible for half of the Great Barrier Reef being lost, study warns

Australia's Great Barrier Reef has been severely damaged over the years, as widespread bleaching caused by rising temperatures and climate change negatively impact the structure. Now, a new study has put a firm figure on just how much of the reef has been los…

Source: Fox News

10/10/2020

Prince William urges leaders to take action against climate change in his first Ted Talk

The Duke of Cambridge appeared during a virtual Ted Talk event that focused on climate change and urged leaders to take action.

Source: USA Today

10/09/2020

What’s Green, Soggy and Fights Climate Change?

You might be surprised: Protecting peat bogs could help the world avert the worst effects of global warming, a new study has found.

Source: New York Times

10/08/2020

Trump's EPA claimed 'success' in Superfund cleanups — but climate change went unaddressed

As work stalled on hardening Superfund sites against climate-related weather extremes, a backlog of sites awaiting cleanup ballooned.

Source: NBC News

10/07/2020

Climate change has a cow and worm problem

Cows’ contributions to climate change could be way higher than previously thought because of parasites and diseases affecting livestock, new research finds. Sick animals release more methane, a potent greenhouse gas.

Source: The Verge

10/07/2020

California's rolling blackouts caused by climate change and poor planning

California suffered its first rolling blackouts in nearly 20 years because energy planners didn’t take climate change into account and didn’t line up the right power sources to keep the lights on after sundown, according to a damning self-evaluation released …

Source: KTLA Los Angeles

10/03/2020

Sir David Attenborough answers climate change questions from David Beckham and Billie Eilish

The wildlife broadcaster, 94, met a series of famous faces on a video call in a clip released by Netflix ahead of the airing of David Attenborough: A Life on Our Planet.

Source: Daily Mail

10/02/2020

Climate change responsible for record sea temperature levels, says study

Global warming is driving an unprecedented rise in sea temperatures including in the Mediterranean, according to a major new report published by the peer-reviewed Journal of Operational Oceanography.

Source: Phys.Org

10/01/2020

Dramatic changes in the Arctic suggest climate change could return Earth to Pliocene conditions of 3 million years ago

Florida and California’s Central Valley would be under water, and it would be too hot to grow corn and wheat in the Midwest and Great Plains

Source: MarketWatch

09/29/2020

Volcanic ash could help reduce carbon dioxide associated with climate change

University of Southampton scientists investigating ways of removing carbon dioxide (CO2) and other greenhouse gases from our atmosphere believe volcanic ash could play an important role.

Source: Phys.Org

09/29/2020

Antarctica could melt 'irreversibly' due to climate change, study warns

The change will take thousands of years, but we only have a century to stop it.

Source: Live Science

09/29/2020

Tesla’s Elon Musk strikes diplomatic note on climate change, oil and gas in podcast interview

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has been outspoken on many issues over the years, and as the leader of the most successful electric car company in the world, it’s not surprising when his comments are aimed at skeptics of climate change and promoters of oil and gas indust…

Source: Teslarati

09/28/2020

Flowers are changing their colors to adapt to climate change

Pigment changes could make plants less attractive to pollinators

Source: Science Magazine

09/27/2020

Sir David Attenborough to 60 Minutes on climate change: "A crime has been committed"

Eighteen years after declining to take a hard stance in his first profile on 60 Minutes, Sir David Attenborough warns about the dangers of climate change.

Source: CBS News

09/25/2020

Zombie storms are rising from the dead thanks to climate change

2020 presents to you... "zombie storms."

Source: Live Science

09/25/2020

What a day on Mars will do: Californians have new urgency on climate change

People who have devoted years to climate activism said in interviews that they believed this year’s devastating wildfires have become a turning point.

Source: NBC News

09/25/2020

On climate change, Exxon, BP, Shell, and other top oil companies have a long way to go

A new report finds that all the new industry commitments don’t add up.

Source: Vox

09/23/2020

Can I keep my gas-powered car? What you need to know about Newsom’s climate change order

Source: Google News

09/21/2020

Scientists: Climate change bacteria killed 300 African elephants

The death toll of elephants in Botswana has risen to 330 after drinking from water sources contaminated by cyanobacteria

Source: Quartz India

09/21/2020

U.S. and European Oil Giants Go Different Ways on Climate Change

While BP and other European companies invest billions in renewable energy, Exxon and Chevron are committed to fossil fuels and betting on moonshots.

Source: New York Times

09/17/2020

Climate change: Earthquake 'hack' reveals scale of ocean warming

Using sound waves from underwater earthquakes, researchers can more accurately measure sea temperatures.

Source: BBC News

09/15/2020

Harris, Newsom blame climate change for California fires following Trump visit

Sen. Kamala Harris visited the wildfire devastation in her home state Tuesday, where she and California Gov. Gavin Newsom blamed climate change for the fires after Trump visited the state.

Source: Fox News

09/15/2020

Donald Trump says not to worry about climate change as the West burns.

“It’ll start getting cooler,” Trump said. “You just watch.”

Source: Slate Magazine

09/15/2020

Facebook says it will fight climate change myths with new information hub

Facebook will launch a new section to provide its users with "science-based information" about climate change, the company announced Monday night.

Source: CNBC

09/14/2020

Google’s Carbon Offset Plan Shows Where the World Has Failed on Climate Change

Our tech overlords are talking up their climate game again. On Monday, Google executives claimed their company is now “carbon neutral.”

Source: Gizmodo.com

09/14/2020

Climate change: Warmth shatters section of Greenland ice shelf

A big chunk of ice breaks away from the Arctic's largest remaining ice shelf - 79N, or Nioghalvfjerdsfjorden.

Source: BBC News

09/13/2020

While the West Coast Burns, NOAA Welcomes a Climate Change Denier Onboard

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration recently hired David Legates, a climate change denier who’s previously maintained that the sun is to blame for global warming and that the ocean’s rising CO2 levels are fine because it means we get bigger cr…

Source: Gizmodo.com

09/13/2020

LA mayor on Trump's response to wildfires: 'This is climate change' not just about forest management

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti on Sunday pushed back on President Donald Trump's frequent characterization of wildfires, like those currently ravaging the West Coast, as simply a forest management issue.

Source: CNN

09/12/2020

Scientist Who Denies Climate Change Hired At NOAA By Trump Administration

David Legates, a professor whose research has been supported by fossil fuel companies, has been hired for a top position at the federal agency that oversees weather and climate forecasting.

Source: NPR

09/12/2020

Tucker Carlson Calls Climate Change 'Systemic Racism in the Sky'

“You can’t see it, but rest assured, it’s everywhere, and it’s deadly,” he said, claiming that no one had explained how climate change causes more wildfires.

Source: Daily Beast

09/12/2020

Tucker blasts Dems for insisting without evidence that climate change causing California wildfires

Democrats are attempting to browbeat Americans into voting for their party by blaming climate change for the devastating wildfires in California, Tucker Carlson charged Friday.

Source: Fox News

09/11/2020

Newsom criticizes Trump for failing to fight climate change

Gov. Gavin Newsom visited an area burned by wildfires in Oroville, Calif., on Friday and called the Trump administration to task for its record on climate change.

Source: Los Angeles Times

09/11/2020

Frustrated California Governor Gavin Newsom Surveys Fire Zone, Rips “Ideological BS” Around Climate Change & “Absence Of National Leadership”

After touring the fire damage in the North Complex Fire near Oroville in Northern California, Governor Gavin Newsom was in no mood for one of his usual, careful media statements. “If you do not believe in science,” Newsom said bluntly while standing in the as…

Source: Deadline

09/10/2020

Scientists are seeing an 'acceleration of pandemics.' They are looking at climate change.

COVID-19 may only be the beginning of global pandemics – a future scenario in which climate change may also play a role. Here's what the experts say.

Source: USA Today

09/09/2020

Climate change poses 'major risk' to U.S. financial system, federal regulator warns

A new report by a federal agency that regulates the nation's commodities markets warns that climate change "poses a major risk to the stability of the U.S. financial system."

Source: NBC News

09/09/2020

Climate change may wreck economy unless we act soon, federal report warns

Fires and floods are expensive and disruptive and we're not ready, report finds.

Source: Ars Technica

09/09/2020

US report warns climate change could create economic chaos

The far-reaching consequences of climate change have the ability to create chaos in the financial system and disrupt the American economy, according to a federal report released Wednesday.

Source: CNN

09/08/2020

'A climate change-scale problem': how the internet is destroying us

The Social Dilemma, a new Netflix film, meets former tech executives and developers who helped build the online world – and think it’s causing serious harm

Source: Theguardian.comfilm

09/05/2020

California heat-wave woes to worsen with climate change

As a second major heat bears down on Southern California, experts are warning the public to take seriously the health dangers of extreme temperatures.

Source: Los Angeles Times

09/01/2020

28 Trillion Ton Ice Melt Spells Danger For Sea Level Rise, Climate Change

A total of 28 trillion tons of ice has disappeared from the Earth's surface since 1994, a new study finds.

Source: WBUR

09/01/2020

Mastodons migrated across extreme distances due to climate change, study says

Mastodons migrated extreme distances across North America many times over 800,000 years due to climate change, before going extinct 11,000 years ago, according to a new study.

Source: CNN

08/30/2020

Climate change didn't cause Hurricane Laura but it did make the storm worse

Hurricane Laura was a formidable storm when it made landfall in Louisiana on Thursday.

Source: CNN

08/27/2020

See NASA's images of hurricane Laura and California wildfires — they point to the effects of climate change

Both Hurricane Laura and the California wildfires are visible from space in images taken by NASA satellites. "Extreme weather events are perhaps the most potent message of the changes taking place in our climate system," says University of California Davis Pr…

Source: CNBC

08/26/2020

Deformities of shark found in Sardinia sea from 'climate change'

A female catshark was caught off the coast of Sardinia that was without skin and teeth. Experts say the abnormalities were caused by chemically contaminated waters and climate change.

Source: Daily Mail

08/23/2020

Up to Half of The World's Oceans Are Already Affected by Climate Change

The world's oceans have turned into a veritable sponge for our emissions, and new climate models suggest we've soaked them right through.

Source: ScienceAlert

08/20/2020

Climate change: 'Unprecedented' ice loss as Greenland breaks record

In a record breaking 2019, Greenland lost enough ice to cover the UK with over 2m of melt water.

Source: BBC News

08/20/2020

Climate change and the spread of the West Nile virus in the

MNT looks at the way in which climate change contributes to health crises through the lens of a case study: the spread of the West Nile virus in the U.S.

Source: Medical News Today

08/19/2020

Climate change: Dams played key role in limiting sea level rise

Huge dam projects that came on stream in the 1970s substantially slowed the rate of sea level rise.

Source: BBC News

08/19/2020

Climate change: Dams played key role in limiting sea level rise

Huge dam projects that came on stream in the 1970s substantially slowed the rate of sea level rise.

Source: BBC News

08/19/2020

Climate change blow: Sensitive warming models overestimated for last 50 years - study

SENSITIVE climate change models have been dealt a blow as researchers have exposed inconsistencies in global warming trends in the last 50 years.

Source: Express

08/18/2020

Hundred-year-old photos show how treeline has crept up the Rockies due to climate change

Scientists compared areas of the Canadian Rockies with photos taken by mountaineers over the past century to see how much the landscape has changed due to climate change.

Source: Daily Mail

08/18/2020

California heat wave: Climate change kindles extreme weather

Extreme weather

Source: Los Angeles Times

08/17/2020

More than half of world's oceans already being affected by climate change

More than 50% of the world's oceans could already be affected by climate change, with this figure rising as high as 80% over the coming decades, a new study has shown.

Source: Phys.Org

08/15/2020

Climate change: Greenland's ice sheet has melted past the point of no return

Source: Google News

08/15/2020

Climate change: Greenland's ice sheet has melted past the point of no return

Greenland's ice sheet may have shrunk past the point of return, with the ice likely to melt away no matter how quickly the world reduces climate-warming emissions, new research suggests.

Source: FRANCE 24 English

08/13/2020

Climate change spelled doom for woolly rhinos 14,000 years ago, study says

Woolly rhinos went extinct at the end of the last ice age in Siberia about 14,000 years ago when the climate suddenly began to warm, according to a new study based on ancient DNA evidence. Previously, it was believed that early humans hunted them to extinctio…

Source: CNN

08/13/2020

Ancient genomes suggest woolly rhinos went extinct due to climate change, not overhunting

The extinction of prehistoric megafauna like the woolly mammoth, cave lion, and woolly rhinoceros at the end of the last ice age has often been attributed to the spread of early humans across the globe. Although overhunting led to the demise of some species, …

Source: Phys.Org

08/13/2020

Renowned climate change scientist dead after falling into crevasse in Greenland

A renowned Swiss-American climate change scientist died after falling into a crevasse while conducting research on ice in Greenland, authorities and reports said Wednesday. Konrad Steffen, director…

Source: New York Post

08/12/2020

Coronavirus Update: Scientists Sacrifice Crucial Climate Change Research to Keep Antarctica COVID-Free

Time-sensitive climate change research is taking a hit due to coronavirus.

Source: The Weather Channel

08/11/2020

Climate change projected to increase seasonal East African rainfall

According to research led by The University of Texas at Austin, seasonal rainfall is expected to rise significantly in East Africa over the next few decades in response to increased greenhouse gases.

Source: Phys.Org

08/11/2020

Disease-bearing ticks thrive as climate change heats up US

The blood-sucking insects can spread Lyme disease and are extending beyond their traditional north-eastern range

Source: The Guardian

08/10/2020

Climate change: Satellites record history of Antarctic melting

European spacecraft track in fine detail the thinning that's occurred at the continent's edge.

Source: BBC News

08/10/2020

Climate change: Satellites record history of Antarctic melting

European spacecraft track in fine detail the thinning that's occurred at the continent's edge.

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

08/07/2020

Amazon’s Jeff Bezos creates Fellowship Ventures for $10 billion climate change strategy

Bezos has quietly started a new corporation that appears involved in the historic push.

Source: Vox

08/06/2020

Bill Gates claims pandemic's 'misery' will 'happen regularly' if climate change is not stopped

Billionaire Bill Gates wants the United States to treat climate change with the "same sense of urgency" with which it has responded to COVID-19, arguing that the impacts of the former will be much worse without corrective action.

Source: Fox News

08/05/2020

Blanket of rock debris offers glaciers more protection from climate change than previously known

A new study which provides a global estimate of rock cover on the Earth's glaciers has revealed that the expanse of rock debris on glaciers, a factor that has been ignored in models of glacier melt and sea level rise, could be significant.

Source: Phys.Org

08/04/2020

BP built its business on oil and gas. Now climate change is taking it apart.

What happens when a big oil and gas company decides it wants to radically cut back on the oil and gas business? That’s what BP says it will do over the next decade.

Source: The Washington Post

07/23/2020

Scientists discover a Methane leak in Antarctica's seabed | Climate Change | GHG

Scientists discover a Methane leak in Antarctica's seabed | Climate Change | GHG | World News Nobody really knows why the leak happened, or the events leadin...

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07/21/2020

Big tech companies like Apple, Google, Facebook, Amazon and Microsoft start to address their roles in climate change

Source: Triangle Business Journal

07/21/2020

Polar bears could disappear by 2100 due to melting ice, climate change, study says

Polar bears risk being starved into extinction by 2100 as climate change causes Arctic sea ice to vanish, says a study in the journal Nature Climate Change.

Source: NBC News

07/21/2020

Climate change on track to wipe out polar bears by end of century, study warns

On current trends, the study concluded, polar bears in 12 of 13 subpopulations analyzed will have been decimated within 80 years.

Source: CBS News

07/20/2020

Geoengineering Is a Solution to Fight Climate Change – But Not by Itself

The technology’s regional impacts depend on how much greenhouse gas emissions are reduced. Could we create massive sulfuric acid clouds that limit global warming and help meet the 2015 Paris international climate goals, while reducing unintended impacts? Yes,…

Source: SciTechDaily

07/18/2020

4 new products that show Corporate America is getting serious about climate change

From burping cows to an all-electric SUV, big companies introduced new products this week that will help cut the climate change risk. And for good reason: Climate change is one of the biggest risks to business’ long-term survival. Massive amounts of plastic h…

Source: Wink News

07/18/2020

4 new products that show Corporate America is getting serious about climate change

From burping cows to an all-electric SUV, big companies introduced new products this week that will help cut the climate change risk.

Source: CNN

07/17/2020

Coral reefs: climate change and pesticides could conspire to crash fish populations

Pesticides and high temperatures can disrupt the development of small coral reef fish by targeting their hormones.

Source: The Conversation Africa

07/16/2020

Siberia's lengthy heatwave impossible without climate change, scientists say

Siberia's lengthy heatwave that saw a record-breaking 100.4-degree temperatures last month wouldn't have happened without climate change, scientists say.

Source: NBC News

07/16/2020

Siberian heatwave made 600 times more likely by climate change, experts find

The prolonged heatwave in Siberia from January to June, which pushed overall temperatures 5 degrees Celsius (9 degrees Fahrenheit) higher than normal, would have been "almost impossible" if not for human-caused climate change, a new study has found.

Source: CNN

07/15/2020

New warning over climate change from Siberian Arctic - BBC News

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07/15/2020

Arctic heat wave "essentially impossible" without human-caused climate change, study finds

A town in Siberia recently hit a record 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit, and scientists say the role of climate change is "truly staggering."

Source: CBS News

07/15/2020

Geochemical analysis from the last ice age may hold clues for future climate change and preparedness strategies

Stalagmites from Lake Shasta Caverns (LSC) – located in northern California within an important transitional climate zone between the Pacific Northwest and southwestern United States—hold geochemical clues to help researchers understand how climate changed du…

Source: Phys.Org

07/15/2020

“Carnian Pluvial Episode” Revealed: Climate Change During Origin of Dinosaurs

An international team reveals discoveries about an unusual time called the "Carnian Pluvial Episode." The Triassic Period, about 252 to 201 million years ago, was a time of volatile change, particularly during an interval known as the Carnian (about 237 to 22…

Source: SciTechDaily

07/15/2020

Gutfeld knocks Biden over climate change plan: 'Apocalyptic nine-year vision' is 'not based on any science'

"The Five" co-host Greg Gutfeld argued Tuesday that Joe Biden's strategy to combat climate change is not based on established science but rather left-wing "hysteria" conjured by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y.

Source: Fox News

07/14/2020

Soaring methane emissions threaten to put climate change goals out of reach

Global emissions of methane have soared over the past decade, according to two new studies that tracked growing sources of the odorless, colorless gas.

Source: NBC News

07/14/2020

Climate change: Clean energy technology is not ready

Getting to net-zero carbon emissions will require rapid, radical innovation, a new report says.

Source: Vox

07/13/2020

Insights into climate change during origin of dinosaurs

The Triassic Period, about 252 to 201 million years ago, was a time of volatile change, particularly during an interval known as the Carnian (about 237 to 227 million years ago). Three dramatic events occurred on Earth: the first dinosaurs appeared, gigantic …

Source: Phys.Org

07/13/2020

Climate change: what Antarctica’s ‘doomsday glacier’ means for the planet

Thwaites Glacier is melting at an alarming rate, triggering fears over rising sea levels

Source: Financial Times

07/10/2020

Increase of Pink Ice in Italy Spikes Climate Change Concerns

Scientists say it could speed up the glacier's melting rate.

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07/07/2020

Climate change may cause extreme waves in Arctic

Extreme ocean surface waves with a devastating impact on coastal communities and infrastructure in the Arctic may become larger due to climate change, according to a new study.

Source: Phys.Org

07/06/2020

The law that could make climate change illegal

One of the most robust laws on climate change yet has been created in Denmark. Can legislation really make failing to act on climate change illegal?

Source: BBC News

07/06/2020

Nature's creepiest crawler is thriving as climate change warms the Arctic

Arctic wolf spiders are benefitting from the early spring brought on by climate change. They're able to produce more offspring, according to new research.

Source: Inverse

07/06/2020

Climate change leading to Arctic spider baby boom

Scientists discover Arctic wolf spiders are doubling their egg production due to warmer weather.

Source: CNET

07/02/2020

Climate change threat to tropical plants

Tropical plants closer to the equator are most at risk from climate change because it is expected to become too hot for many species to germinate in the next 50 years, UNSW researchers have found.

Source: Phys.Org

06/25/2020

District of Columbia sues four oil majors for misleading consumers on climate change

The attorney general for the District of Columbia on Thursday filed a lawsuit against Exxon Mobil Corp, BP Plc, Chevron Corp, and Royal Dutch Shell Plc for "systematically and intentionally misleading" consumers about the role their products play in causing c…

Source: Reuters

06/24/2020

Minnesota sues oil companies, institute over climate change

Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison sued ExxonMobil, Koch Industries and the American Petroleum Institute on Wednesday, alleging they deceived and defrauded Minnesotans about climate change.

Source: Minnesota Public Radio News

06/24/2020

Minnesota sues Exxon, Koch and API for being 'deceptive' on climate change

WASHINGTON — The state of Minnesota on Wednesday filed a lawsuit against the American Petroleum Institute, Exxon Mobil Corp and Koch Industries for what it called a decades-long campaign to d…

Source: Financial Post

06/23/2020

Amazon’s $2 billion fund for innovation in curbing climate change is latest sustainability effort from criticized delivery giant

Broader report says Amazon is on a path to run on 100% renewable energy by 2025, five years ahead of schedule

Source: MarketWatch

06/22/2020

Climate change: Planting new forests 'can do more harm than good'

Large-scale tree planting to fight climate change may backfire, two new studies have found.

Source: BBC News

06/22/2020

Climate change: Planting new forests 'can do more harm than good'

Large-scale tree planting to fight climate change may backfire, two new studies have found.

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

06/21/2020

From Policing to Climate Change, a Sweeping Call for a ‘Moral Revolution’

A coalition modeled after the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Poor People’s Campaign released an ambitious agenda to help the working poor fight systemic racism and inequality.

Source: New York Times

06/19/2020

Climate change linked to serious pregnancy risks, 'landmark' study finds

JAMA investigation shows air pollution and heat exposure, resulting from climate change, may lead to preterm birth, low birth weight, and stillbirth.

Source: USA Today

06/19/2020

Max Minute: New Data Reveals Damaging Effects Of Climate Change On Pregnant Women

We've all heard of the varied effects of climate change and global warming on the environment: melting ice caps, rising sea levels, crop damage and much more. But, here's one you may not have though of. How climate change is negatively affecting pregnancy wit…

Source: Cbslocal.com

06/18/2020

Climate Change Tied to Pregnancy Risks, Affecting Black Mothers Most

Women exposed to high temperatures or air pollution are more likely to have premature, underweight or stillborn babies, a look at 32 million U.S. births found.

Source: New York Times

06/17/2020

Coal-Burning in Siberia 250 Million Years Ago Led to Climate Change & Caused the Earth’s Most Severe Extinction Event

A team of researchers led by Arizona State University School of Earth and Space Exploration Professor Lindy Elkins-Tanton has provided the first ever direct evidence that extensive coal burning in Siberia is a cause of the Permo-Triassic Extinction, the Earth…

Source: SciTechDaily

06/16/2020

Coal-burning in Siberia led to climate change 250 million years ago

A team of researchers led by Arizona State University (ASU) School of Earth and Space Exploration professor Lindy Elkins-Tanton has provided the first ever direct evidence that extensive coal burning in Siberia is a cause of the Permo-Triassic Extinction, the…

Source: Phys.Org

06/11/2020

Extreme waves set to get bigger and more frequent due to climate change

A warming planet will cause stronger storm winds triggering larger and more frequent extreme waves over the next 80 years, with largest increases shown in the Southern Ocean, according to new research.

Source: Phys.Org

06/10/2020

Saudi Aramco exec: Capturing carbon emissions can help combat climate change

Our generation faces the dual challenge of meeting the world's growing energy needs while ensuring a sustainable environment in the future.

Source: CNN

06/10/2020

Why CO2 matters for climate change - BBC News

CO2 - or carbon dioxide - is at the heart of the world's changing climate. Reality Check's Chris Morris explains why. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rb...

Source: YouTube

06/09/2020

Could A Giant Sea Creature Be the Key to Fighting Climate Change?

Giant larvaceans are squishy tadpole-like animals that have giant balloons of mucus about three feet wide surrounding them. They may not look like much, but ...

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

06/08/2020

Countries must work together on carbon dioxide removal to avoid dangerous climate change

The Paris Agreement lays out national quotas on CO2 emissions but not removal, and that must be urgently addressed, say the authors of a new study.

Source: Phys.Org

06/08/2020

Borrowed time: Climate change threatens U.S. mortgage market

"Everyone is exposed" as taxpayer-backed loans and insurance face a coming storm.

Source: Politico

06/05/2020

From Zelda to Civ to Frostpunk—can climate change be fun?

"The climate change and disaster mechanics are the most compelling additions to Civ VI."

Source: Ars Technica

06/02/2020

Three pioneers who predicted climate change

Here are three key figures in the history of climate change - not all of whom got the recognition they deserved for their work at the time.

Source: BBC News

06/01/2020

Prehistoric climate change damaged the ozone layer and led to a mass extinction

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06/01/2020

Prehistoric climate change damaged the ozone layer and led to a mass extinction

New research on the Late Devonian extinction suggests the ozone layer could be naturally depleted as the temperature rises.

Source: The Conversation Africa

06/01/2020

Prehistoric climate change damaged the ozone layer and led to a mass extinction

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06/01/2020

Prehistoric climate change damaged the ozone layer and led to a mass extinction

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

06/01/2020

Prehistoric climate change damaged the ozone layer and led to a mass extinction

New research on the Late Devonian extinction suggests the ozone layer could be naturally depleted as the temperature rises.

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

05/31/2020

Climate Change Driving Forests To Smaller And Younger Trees

A new study by scientists at PNNL shows that ongoing environmental changes are transforming forests worldwide, resulting in shorter and younger trees with broad impacts on global ecosystems. Stunted growth from rising temperatures more than offset any growth …

Source: Forbes

05/29/2020

Climate change: 'Stunning' seafloor ridges record Antarctic retreat

Scientists are learning just how fast the ice margin of Antarctica can retreat in a warming world.

Source: Yahoo Entertainment