Much of the changes humans are causing in our atmosphere today will be largely irreversible for the rest of the millennium.
We are causing changes to happen so quickly in the earth’s atmosphere that something that would have taken over 11,000 years has just happened in the last 100.
The earth is overpopulated and burning up all our resources faster than we can stop to think about it. Could we be sleepwalking off the climate cliff?
Warming sea surface temperatures in low-salinity oceans like the Baltic Sea is increasing cases of Vibrio bacteria infections.
How much and in what ways has the western part of North America warmed from climate change between 1950 and 2005?
What changes will need to be made to agricultural practices in order to double food production for predicted population growth this century?
Aiming for 90% or more renewable energy in 2030 in order to achieve climate change targets of 80-90% reduction of CO2 from the power sector leads to economic savings, not costs.
Groundwater is estimated to be 1/3 of all freshwater withdrawals worldwide and 42% of the world’s agricultural water. With climate change affecting rain patterns, what will happen to groundwater?
How did the projections from the IPCC 3rd and 4th reports match up against recorded temps for the last decade?
The connections between sea level rise and sediment movement in coastal areas could be a problem for flooding and climate change.