Here are some of the top climate news items this autumn.
Week after week we’re alerted to some “unprecedented” extreme weather event. Yet the corporate media references the climate emergency barely at all.
The only way to save Florida’s corals is to remove them to land-based labs until it’s safe to return them to their reefs.
Having failed in efforts to deny humanity’s impact heating Earth way beyond natural variability, producers of climate misinformation now are targeting kids and families.
The contribution of renewable energy powering Texas through a deadly heat dome in late June reached an all-time high of almost 42 percent, but a recent report found the state’s transmission infrastructure can’t handle the full load renewables can generate.
Except not this hot and for not this long. Learn how record heatwaves are leading to more historic, disastrous flooding around the world.
Today’s earlier-than-expected and larger-than-expected wildfires are signals of why only a few degrees of global heating negatively impact our health.
The temperature of the world’s ocean surface has hit an all-time high since satellite records began, threatening corals and other marine life.
I asked ChatGPT questions about climate change, and with the exception of its limitations for research beyond 2021, its responses, happily, were based on fact.
The Climate Book is an easy-reading exploration of how we got here, where things are headed, and ways toward a just transition away from the continued destructive use of fossil fuels.