South Pole Observatory carbon dioxide observing station cleared 400 ppm on May 23 – first time in 4 million years.
The temperature spiral that took the world by storm has an update. If you think the heat is on in our current climate, you ain’t seen nothing yet.
An intense wildfire force mass evacuation from the capital of oil sands industry as temperatures soared more than 22°C above normal.
Global warming also lurks in the atmosphere and new satellite data shows the incredible heat that’s building on the planet.
January 2016 was the warmest January on record by a large margin, and the most “anomalously warm” month in 135 years of record keeping. And February is continuing the trend.
More EU countries than ever are meeting their 2020 targets for renewable energy generation ahead of schedule.
3 of the world’s top greenhouse gas emitters — all released major commitments to reduce or at least slow their greenhouse gas emissions.
No snow coming in, more ice melting out. New climate data suggests global warming could leave the Mount Everest region glacier free by 2100.
Another month, another carbon dioxide record, helpingpaint a troubling picture of a greenhouse gas rise with no signs of slowing down.
The European Union continues to march toward its renewable energy goals for 2020, but some countries aren’t content to wait until then to meet their targets.