There has been a bit of excitement and confusion this week about a new paper in Nature Geoscience, claiming that we can still limit global warming to below 1.5 °C above preindustrial temperatures, whilst emitting another ~800 Gigatons of carbon dioxi
The cities of San Francisco and Oakland are suing some of the world's largest oil companies over climate change, joining an emerging legal effort to hold the fossil fuel industry accountable for the damages wrought by rising seas.
Eric HolthausWow. Today S.F. became the 1st major U.S. city to sue the fossil fuel industry for knowingly causing climate change. 2d ago
A coalition of 14 states and the territory of Puerto Rico are on target to meet their share of the U.S. commitment under the international Paris climate accord to reduce emissions linked to global warming.
ClimateCommunication14 states representing 36% of US econ & $7 tril of GDP cut C emissions 15% while their combined economies grew 14%. 2d ago
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Jon FoleyThe Administration is attacking science, undermining our health, safety, economy, and security. This needs to stop. 30h ago
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EXCLUSIVE / The European Commission is preparing an update of its low-carbon economy roadmap for 2050, acknowledging that the bloc’s current target of cutting greenhouse gas emissions at least 80% by mid-century are insufficient, EURACTIV.com has lea
The University of Arizona has received a $30 million gift to support Biosphere 2, a one-of-a-kind facility where UA researchers are answering questions about environmental change, management of finite and dwindling natural resources, and policies to