Climate Change

A scientific look at global change.
Climate Change Evidence At A Glance
Global Surface Temperature
Data source: NOAA
years
Atmospheric CO2
Data source: NOAA
thousands of years ago
Sea Level
Data source: CLS/Cnes/Legos
years
Arctic Sea Ice (September)
years
Surface Temperature CO2 Sea Level Sea Ice
Climate Change News
By By Terrell Johnson
September 2, 2014
From tiny Pacific island nations to America's largest cities, a look at the impacts already being felt from climate change around the world.
By Andrea Thompson
August 28, 2014
So if the world is warming, that means winters should be less snowy, right? Well, its a bit more complicated than that.
By weather.com
August 27, 2014
China and India were found to have the most trash burned by residents, while China, Brazil and Mexico burned the most at garbage dumps.
Feeling Skeptical?
Climate Change Facts
Local Climate Change
Temperature Precipitation Snowfall*

Climate Change Blogs

Climate Case Study: California Drought (2)
By: Dr. Ricky Rood
Published: September 2, 2014
Climate Case Study: California Drought (1)
By: Dr. Ricky Rood
Published: August 22, 2014
I can’t help but think of the carnivores finding the easy pickings of the herds collected around the drying water holes at what would become the Agate Fossil Beds. Then, from that, we don’t have to be beardogs. We humans are unique because of our ability to remember, to reason, to develop and to accumulate knowledge; we have the ability to make decisions that influence the future of our environment.
Climate Change, Engineering, Stationarity and Applied Climate
By: Dr. Ricky Rood
Published: August 14, 2014
Wunderground's Climate Change Position
Based on the evidence, more than 97% of climate scientists have concluded that human-caused climate change is happening. Climate change is already causing significant impacts to people and ecosystems, and these impacts will grow much more severe in the coming years. We can choose to take economically sensible steps to lessen the damage of climate change, and the cost of inaction is much higher than the cost of action.
Climate Summary
State of the Climate
July 2014: Earth's 4th Warmest July on Record

July 2014 was Earth's fourth warmest July since records began in 1880, said NOAA today. Global ocean temperatures during July 2014 were tied with July 2009 for the warmest July on record, and global land temperatures in July 2014 were the 10th warmest on record. The year-to-date January - July period was the 3rd warmest on record for the globe.

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