This post covers the landfall of Hurricane Ida, and effects on the region. This post will be frequently updated as Hurricane Ida moves over land. On the eve of the 16th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina making landfall in southeast Louisiana, Hurricane Ida is about to make landfall in the region today. Intensifying Hurricane Ida a significant…
In recent months scientists noticed that many climate models were not prepared for the real world developments manifesting now as the climate changes.
At Google News, science is constraint to space and other worlds on their frontpage, you have to navigate to the environment tab, requiring two additional mouse clicks to find climate science.
This week, a vast heat dome enveloped western Canada and the north-western US, temperatures had nowhere to go but up.
The Guardian: Shell, like other oil companies, had decades to prepare for those consequences after it was forewarned by its own research. In 1958, one of its executives, Charles Jones, presented a paper to the industry’s trade group, the American Petroleum Institute (API), warning about increased carbon emissions from car exhaust. Other research followed through the…
The heat wave baking the U.S. Pacific Northwest and British Columbia, Canada, is of an intensity never recorded by modern humans.
Flash flooding inundated many highways in the Detroit metro area on Saturday, with more rain in the forecast. There is also a tornado watch in the region.
Record-breaking drought and sweltering temperatures are baking parts of the U.S.
As CBS News’ Mola Lenghi reports, drought conditions in the Western U.S. are historic and point to what could be a catastrophic wildfire season.
ABC News’ Zohreen Shah reports on climate change fueling dire drought conditions in California, drying up reservoirs critical to California residents.
NBC LX’s Noah Pransky joins ‘The News with Shepard Smith’ to discuss the GOP and climate change as some conservative politicians join those dedicated to passing clean energy legislation.
By Harold R. Wanless, professor of Geography and Regional Studies, University of Miami, published by EOS. The climate emergency is bigger than many experts, elected officials, and activists realize. Humanity’s greenhouse gas emissions have overheated the Earth’s atmosphere, unleashing punishing heat waves, hurricanes, and other extreme weather—that much is widely understood. The larger problem is…