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Awesome new Climate Action TShirts by ClimateState

Check out these new climate action designs by ClimateState! A neat way to bring awareness to the topic of climate change, and at the same time support ClimateState. You can order these and more at the official ...

Elevated carbon dioxide conditions pose threat for the Monarch butterfly

Milkweed plants from the chambers were fed to hundreds of monarch caterpillars this summer. Milkweed is a monarch caterpillar's only food, satisfying its nutritional needs while providing an invaluable medicinal boost...

Obama: Act Now or Condemn World to a Nightmare

President Barack Obama challenged fellow world leaders in unusually blunt language Monday to act boldly on climate change or "condemn our children to a world they will no longer have the capacity to repair." In a f...

The Brown Ocean Effect

Tropical storms and hurricanes are driven by energy and momentum derived from warm ocean waters of at least 26.5°C. The warmer the ocean, the more energy is available to the storm, and the more intense it is likely to...

Melt lakes on Greenland’s Glaciers

How deep is that icy blue water on Greenland's ice sheet? Dr. Allen Pope, of the National Snow and Ice Data Center, is using data from the NASA/USGS Landsat 8 satellite to find out. In this video, Dr. Pope shares what...

Greenland Ice Mass Loss: Jan. 2004 – June 2014

GRACE consists of twin co-orbiting satellites that fly in a near polar orbit separated by a distance of 220 km. GRACE precisely measures the distance between the two spacecraft in order to make detailed measurements o...

Sea level rise of the past 23 years explained

Oceanographer Josh Willis from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory narrates this video about the causes of sea level rise and how sea level has changed over the last two decades as observed by the Jason series of satelli...

Arnold Schwarzenegger Talks Climate Change

Arnold Schwarzenegger, an executive producer (along with James Cameron and Jerry Weintraub) and correspondent on Showtime’s “Years Of Living Dangerously,” received the EMA for Outstanding Achievement For Environme...

Google: Introducing Project Sunroof

Project Sunroof is mapping the planet’s solar potential, one rooftop at a time. Project Sunroof uses information that’s in Google Maps to figure out how much sun falls on a roof and takes into account stuff like th...

Doubling times of 10, 20 or 40 years yield sea level rise of several meters

According to a new study, sea level rise of several meters might happen faster then previously thought. Based on data from past climate changes, when sea level rose to +5–9 m, including the occurrence of extreme storm...

Richard Alley – 4.6 Billion Years of Earth’s Climate History: The Role of CO2

NAS member Richard Alley presents on 4.6 Billion Years of Earth’s Climate History: The Role of CO2, during the Symposium—Earths, Moons, Mars & Stars at the National Academy of Sciences 152nd Annual Meeting.

New Innovations in Energy Development

Although numerous states, and even the federal government, have offered initiatives to provide grants or tax breaks to those installing renewable energy sources in their homes, most find the products available cumbers...

Difficulties and Rewards of Science

Difficulties and Rewards of Science In our modern society, scientific research and other processes are chiefly important to many aspects of our lives. Advances in medicine, food and nutrition, and many other areas ...

“What the Frack” music video by the Earth Guardians

Check it Out! Newly released ~ "WHAT THE FRACK" music video! A huge thank you to Musa at Black Sun Cinema for this artistic creation with these young leaders, educating the world through music about the dangers of Fra...

ClimateState Membership

ClimateState will no longer use TinyPass.com for payed subscriptions, instead donations above 25€ are eligible for a ClimateState membership. This let's users comment with their CS account; and logged in users will se...

The dangerous silence on climate change and extreme weather

We know that CO2 emissions are bad for climate and subsequently the weather. We know that we have to do something about it, because if not things will turn really ugly with large scale carbon releases (i.e. permafr...

Methane clathrate feedback

Climate change is real, so why the controversy and debate? Learn to make sense of the science and to respond to climate change denial in Denial101x, a MOOC from UQx and edX. Denial101x isn’t just a climate MOOC; it...

Eric Rignot: Observations suggest that ice sheets and glaciers can change faster, sooner and in a stronger way than anticipated

Eric Rignot Professor of Earth system science at the University of California, Irvine, and scientist at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory was interviewed on sea level rise and projections. Ice sheets and glaciers can ...

The Incalculable Cost of Climate Change

By John Irving / Desmog.ca - June 24, 2013: I've always had a deep affinity for nature, having been blessed to spend my childhood summers on the idyllic and mysteriously underpopulated pristine beaches of Nova Scotia’...

Cyclone Activity Has Been Intensified in the Arctic

Cyclones are key weather elements that make a major contribution to climate trends and variability, and that also bring intense high-frequency changes in wind, temperature and precipitation. Given the recent dramat...

Private enterprise is beginning to take climate change seriously

Nature Editorial (Nature Climate Change doi:10.1038/nclimate2193): Even if some sceptics consider climate science akin to witchcraft and politicians pursue ineffective policies, private enterprise is beginning to take...

Solutions To Climate Change

Published on YouTube 03.08.2013 This video contains excerpts from interviews with Dr James Hansen. Here he gives his view on how we can get emissions from burning fossil fuels under control.

The Ghost of Earth Day Present

Be a part of the biggest grass-roots event in history by planting a tree on EARTH DAY, APRIL 22ND, 2015 as a “give back” to Earth. This event is being hosted by The Master Shift, Forest Nation, The White Feather Found...

Green office supplies and services for your business

Cafe Quill: Because a picture-and statistics-speak a thousand words, we’ve created this handy visual guide (you can print on recycled paper, of course) to all-things green office supplies and services for your busines...

BOOM: Oil Price Collapse and why it is Important

I recently mentioned, get out of fossil energy while you still can, when the price for crude was at $64.82. Though, today it has approached $55.84, with many oil guys loosing a fortune, oil billionaire Hamm lost half ...

Tim Jackson: An economic reality check

Uploaded on Oct 5, 2010: ted.com As the world faces recession, climate change, inequity and more, Tim Jackson delivers a piercing challenge to established economic principles, explaining how we might stop feeding the ...

Earth’s Climate System Guide

A rough guide to the components of Earth's Climate System (via Skeptical Science) Posted on 7 October 2013 by John Mason Introduction This is a basic primer on the components of Earth's climate and how and why th...

George Marshall explains climate communication to George Monbiot

Despite the overwhelming evidence, the majority of us have become increasingly adept at ignoring or side-lining climate change. Most of us recognise the danger is real and yet we do nothing to stop it. As the Guardian...

Sea Level Rise Projections until 2100, a nonlinear response?

Past sea level rise is not captured by models yet, in particular the response from ice sheets in Antarctica due to global warming. Projections therefore can often be regarded to potentially underestimate future sea le...

Noam Chomsky: Peak Oil and a Changing Climate

In this sixth video in the series "Peak Oil and a Changing Climate" from The Nation and On The Earth Productions, linguist, philosopher and political activist Noam Chomsky talks about the Chamber of Commerce, the Amer...

Time to Wake Up: American Corporations are Taking Climate Change Seriously

January 15, 2014 - In this week's "Time to Wake Up" speech on the Senate floor, Senator Whitehouse describes how many American companies are planning for climate change. In the speech, Senator Whitehouse shares that c...

Climate Science in Action

From researching the pace of Alaskan glacier melt to how changes in Arctic sea ice affect our weather, climate scientists go to some of the most remote areas on Earth to help us understand our environment. The Juneau ...

Video: Lake El’gygytgyn, Pleistocene super-Interglacials and Arctic warmth

John Mason / Skeptical Science: Here is a must-see 2012 presentation by Julie Brigham-Grette of the University of Massachusetts Amherst, covering the research her team has been doing into Lake El'gygytgyn (pronouned E...

Sudden ice loss acceleration at the Southern Antarctic Peninsula detected

ESA posted an update on Antarctic ice loss on 22 May 2015. Above animation shows how warm ocean water penetrates the glacier grounding line through basalt melt, threatening speed up of glaciers, discharged into the oc...

The rise of digital currency like Bitcoin, and carbon footprints

Here i take a look at the rapidly growing Bitcoin currency and technological developments in light of emissions targets. Above video shows a Bitcoin rig June 2011, many computer's with GPU's (high power graphic cards)...

Canada Calgary Aerial View + Bob Sanford speaks Floods June 22, 2013

Live stream video editing by http://ClimateState.com Aerial view footage from CTV June 22 2013, via live stream excerpts Excerpts from podcast interview with Bob Sanford and host Anna Maria Tremonti from the The C...

NASA experts explain ice melt in Antarctica

NASA hosted a media teleconference to discuss new research results on the stability of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet and its potential contribution to future sea level rise. The briefing participants are: — Eric Rig...

Why is Antarctic sea ice expanding?

By Laura Naranjo (NSIDC), first published January 31, 2014. In the following  an edited version, reposted here with permission. Antarctic sea ice is ruled by very different systems than Arctic sea ice. The reasons be...

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