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Largest Study of Asia’s Rivers Unearths 800 Years of Paleoclimate Patterns

813 years of annual river discharge at 62 stations, 41 rivers in 16 countries, from 1200 to 2012. That is what researchers at the...

Climate Change Report Claiming ‘Point of No Return’ Exposed

A recent fear-mongering report that claimed humanity is ‘beyond the point of no return’ when it comes to climate change has been debunked by...

Accuracy of El Niño Simulation Hones Climate Change Estimates

Correctly simulating ocean current variations hundreds of feet below the ocean surface — the so-called Pacific Equatorial Undercurrent — during El Niño events is...

Is Lab-Grown Meat the Key to Feeding the World and Saving the Climate?

In recent times, there has been a strong debate over the consumption of meat. Some say that human beings should stop eating animals because...

Why Is There Pink Ice in the Alps?

When we think of ice, most of us picture one of three things. You might think of the clear chunks of frozen water floating...

How Reliable Are the Reconstructions and Models for Past Temperature Changes?

An understanding of climate change during the past millennia is crucial for the scientific attribution of the current warming and the accurate prediction of...

Nitrogen in Permafrost Soils May Exert Great Feedbacks on Climate Changes

What nitrogen is getting up to in permafrost soils may exert great feedback on climate change, which overturns what researchers have long believed, according...

Art Can Help Humanity Deal With Climate Change

Latai Taumoepeau is a Tongan Australian artist who is best known for performance art that explores the themes of race, power, and climate change....

Extreme Weather in Australia: A Sign of Climate Change?

In the past year, Australia has been plagued by bushfires, heavy storms, floods, and droughts. Such drastic changes in weather have left the country...

Ancient Carbon Unlikely to Cause Massive Greenhouse Gas Release

Permafrost in the soil and methane hydrates deep in the ocean are large reservoirs of ancient carbon. As soil and ocean temperatures rise, the...

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