Fish species are shifting their ranges around the world in response to warming oceans, a trend that could have significant economic ramifications globally.
Articles by Andrew Freedman
The prospect of a seasonally ice-free Arctic has sparked a scramble for influence in the region. America’s new strategy highlights conflicting goals.
Obama’s re-election means a renewed focus on climate change. But what can he do, and will it be enough?
The emerging science points to a complex interplay between manmade global warming, natural climate variability, and sea ice dynamics that scientists are only beginning to understand.
An unusually widespread Greenland ice melt event has links to ‘heat dome’ and long-term manmade global warming.
Two new reports present a peer reviewed tour through the extreme weather and climate events of 2011 and conclude that mankind’s influence of manmade global warming on the climate system continues to grow, and the probability of extreme weather events is also increasing. Plus: Australian experts add their views.
New study shows reflectivity of Greenland’s ice sheet is at record low and “self-reinforcing feedback loop that amplifies warming” may begin.
Newly formed coalition aims to cut emissions of climate warming pollution that acts on shorter timescales than carbon dioxide.
Scientist Peter Gleik’s role in leaking documents from the climate sceptical Heartland Institute has elicited strong reactions from both sides of the fence.