The growing threats of nuclear war and environmental catastrophe make it hard to bet on the survival of our species.
Climate science never stops developing. Over the course of the year we’ve covered a myriad of scientific studies, some of which have made the news, and others which have been more quietly received. Here’s our pick of the papers that have shaped scientific discussion about climate change in 2014.
Some people no doubt will think it fanciful, like something from an early James Bond Movie, but HAARP is real and it exists. And it’s frightening in its potential. HAARP stands for High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program and it is an ionospheric research program jointly funded by the U.S. Air Force, the U.S. Navy, theUniversity of Alaska, […]
While Arctic sea ice continues to decline, Antarctic levels are confounding the world’s most trusted climate models with record highs for the third year running. Karl Mathiesen investigates
Alberta Health Services (AHS) is warning Albertans around Shiningbank Lake of a potential poison in the water due to Algae.
Delegates from across the Pacific are arriving in Palau to discuss climate change and other regional issues.
The costliest impact of climate change in Europe this century is likely to be on human health and in particular heat-related deaths â according to a new economic assessment by the EU Joint Research Centre, the European Commission’s in-house science service
They compared the results of 12,842 simulations based on the current global sea surface temperatures, with 25,893 results computed on the assumption that global warming had never occurred – that fossil fuel burning had …