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Public attitudes often at mercy of the weather, study finds

When much of North America was caught in the grip of unusually cold weather in early January, images of ice-encased lighthouses on Lake Michigan and [...]

Pete Spotts (Christian Science Monitor | January 14, 2014)

Climate Change Might Just Be Driving the Historic Cold Snap

It’s polar bear weather today for much of the Midwest. Temperatures are in the -20sº F (-28º C) and -30sº F (-35º C) in eastern [...]

Bryan Walsh (Time | January 9, 2014)

Cold weather snap fuels misinformation over climate change

Meteorologists predict record-low temperatures for large swaths of the United States on Sunday and Monday.
The cold snap, which comes after snow blanketed much of the [...]

Peter Moskowitz (Al Jazeera America | January 6, 2014)

Climate-change response demands urgency

Just how much will the Earth heat up over the next 100 or 200 years? Climate scientists are not able to predict with high certainty. [...]

Editorial (The Washington Post | January 4, 2014)

Climate change by the numbers: The worst is yet to come

“We will respond to the threat of climate change, knowing that the failure to do so would betray our children and future generations,” President Obama [...]

Lindsay Abrams (Salon | December 30, 2013)

Will Climate Change Swamp the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island?

On October 29, 2012, superstorm Sandy barreled toward New York City. Liberty and Ellis Islands, two relatively tiny pieces of land huddled together in the [...]

Johnna Rizzo (National Geographic | December 27, 2013)

How is global warming affecting precipitation?

The United States and Japan are getting set to launch a 4.3-ton satellite designed to monitor rain and snowfall in unprecedented detail.
The agencies announced on [...]

Pete Spotts (The Christian Science Monitor | December 27, 2013)

Climate change endangers reindeer games

Reindeer may or may not be able to fly – that’s a matter of belief – but they definitely need room to roam and lichen [...]

Liz Fuller-Wright (Christian Science Monitor | December 22, 2013)

Turning up the volume on climate change isn’t changing behaviour

On discovering that their mother tongue is not shared by everyone, tourists have been known to redouble their efforts to communicate by raising their voices. [...]

Jonathan Rowson (The Guardian | December 17, 2013)

Why aquariums are obsessed with climate change

The Monterey Bay Aquarium, on California’s central coast, is just about the most soothing environment imaginable. Strolling through dimly lit caverns of muted colors while [...]

Ari Phillips (Think Progress | December 12, 2013)