Why is there a perception that climate scientists are over-hyping climate impacts, when everyone who actually follows the science knows that the reverse is true?
New study finds the Mesozoic era’s increased temperature and high methane concentrations may have been, in part, due to dinosaur gas.
A short-lived Heartland Institute billboard has suggested that if you agree with a mass murderer on, say, climate change, you’re no better than he is…
A new water plan for Melbourne outlines ways to achieve a more resilient system that may ease water restrictions and even render them unnecessary.
Greenland’s ice is not flowing into the sea as quickly as feared, but the news is not all good for sea level rise.
It’s hard to find a more appropriate solution to the power, pollution, health and employment issues in Port Augusta than solar thermal with storage.
That the Kyoto target is almost certainly going to be achieved is no big deal. Our long-term target, however, will require a new industrial revolution.
A new study suggests the warming sea, not the air, is responsible for speeding the loss of ice from Antarctica.
No matter how much you think you know about sustainability, you will walk away from this impressive work of scholarship wiser, if sadder.
Having felt euphoria when Obama rejected the Keystone XL pipeline, environmentalists now see the tarsands juggernaut barely pausing.