Tag: "Global Warming"

Global Effects and Global Consequences

Global Effects and Global Consequences

National Research Council today issued the most comprehensive study of climate change to date. The reports are part of a congressionally requested suite of five studies known as America’s Climate Choices.

World Water Day

World Water Day

Our water resources and freshwater ecosystems are in danger

Colder Than Ever?

Colder Than Ever?

A bitter wind has been blowing over parts of North America, Europe and Asia. Some places have been colder than ever, like Melbourne, Fla., which dipped to 28 degrees last Thursday, a record low. Europe has been walloped by snowstorm after snowstorm.

Big Migration

Big Migration

Newly released study shows that the average ecosystem will need to shift a quarter of a mile each year in order to stay in its ideal temperature range.

Global warming – the beginning

Global warming – the beginning

Reduction of the rainforests, continued growth in hydrocarbon industries, increases in livestock, and depletion of the ozone are all considered factors in the debate.

The Goal Is Below 2

The Goal Is Below 2

A temperature rise of no more than 2 °C is widely acknowledged as the ‘safe’ level to avoid dangerous climate change.

Global Warming

Global Warming

Global warming is a complex phenomenon, and its full-scale impacts are hard to predict far in advance.