IPCC Report: 1.5°C limit achievable with ‘rapid and far-reaching’ emissions cuts

October 8th, 2018 Rapid, far-reaching and unprecedented changes across all sectors of society can limit global warming to below the 1.5°C threshold, leading climate scientists have...

How the UK media changed its tune on climate change

After a month-long heatwave, British journalists are making the connection with global warming more confidently and clearly than in years past The post How the...

Lessons from talking climate with Albertan oil workers

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GRACE-FO satellite switching to backup instrument processing unit

The Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment Follow-On (GRACE-FO) mission team plans to switch to a backup system in the Microwave Instrument (MWI) on one...

Fiji launches climate story time amid calls for stronger Paris pledges

European and vulnerable countries say the Talanoa Dialogue must lead to strengthened national targets by 2020, while emerging economies resist prescribed outcomes The post Fiji...

California Nets $860 Million from Carbon Auction

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New tool may assist US regional sea level planning

Thanks in large part to satellite measurements, scientists' skill in measuring how much sea levels are rising on a global scale — currently 0.13 inch...

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