June 23rd, 2020 | by Johnna Crider
Jessica Meckmann has a great idea for Elon Musk and Tesla. Her tweet asked them if there was any chance that Tesla's premium connectivity users could get a radar overlay and severe weather warnings along their calculated route. This would be ideal for those on long road trips
April 29th, 2020 | by Guest Contributor
A massive, unseasonable heatwave is forecast to hit much of the Southern United States this week. Many of the states that are forecast to be hit are also places whose economies are either already partially reopening or whose orders are set to expire on April
March 11th, 2020 | by Guest Contributor
New research supports seeding efforts to bolster water supplies in drying regions, but some scientists question its effectiveness in addressing climate change
March 1st, 2020 | by Johnna Crider
Every 2 seconds, climate change is forcing someone from their homes, according to data from Oxfam International. These climate-fueled disasters are the number one cause of internal displacement globally. More than 20 million people have lost their homes. This translates to one person every two seconds
February 29th, 2020 | by World Resources Institute
Every month, climate scientists make new discoveries that advance our understanding of climate change's causes and impacts. The research gives a clearer picture of the threats we already face and explores what's to come if we don't reduce emissions at a quicker pace
May 20th, 2019 | by Rocky Mountain Institute
Today, 40% of the world’s population resides within the hot tropical regions, where many of whom are exposed to potentially life-threatening temperatures for at least 20 days a year. Approximately 12,000 people die around the world annually due to heatwaves, and as our planet warms, these temperature surges are becoming more intense. Extreme heat often affects the most vulnerable populations, leaving them at risk. The World Health Organization estimates that, by 2050, more than 255,000 people could be killed annually from extreme heat waves
May 14th, 2019 | by Nexus Media
“We have to act fast, and achieve the biggest possible impact with the actions we take.”
April 21st, 2019 | by Jesper Berggreen
A novel partnership between Torqeedo, part of the DEUTZ group working with marine electric mobility, and VIKING, a manufacturer and service provider in offshore safety, has popped up. It's an innovative new evacuation system with an electric inflatable liferaft
April 5th, 2019 | by Nexus Media
Extreme weather is incurring expensive repair costs, forcing the Air Force to curtail operations
December 19th, 2018 | by Cynthia Shahan
It's the 13th year of NOAA's brilliant, visually beautiful, and timely Arctic Report Card. (Full 2018 PDF here.)
July 19th, 2018 | by Guest Contributor
“The environmental threat to our world is greater than any time in human history. Just look around. We’re already seeing the impacts of climate change seared across the world.”
Mention Canada to anyone almost anywhere and several things spring immediately to mind. Famously polite people. Very, very good hockey players. A culture of inclusion. And Tim Horton’s
May 28th, 2018 | by Guest Contributor
While the climate crisis affects some places more acutely than others, the writing’s on the wall everywhere: We need to accelerate the global shift from the dirty fossil fuels driving climate change to renewables so we can power our lives. Here's a look at the
February 4th, 2018 | by Guest Contributor
Americans don’t take extreme weather seriously enough. A little dramatic flair could help.
November 23rd, 2017 | by Joshua S Hill
A combination of natural disasters and extreme weather events impacting the entire globe is likely to mean 2017 will be the most expensive on record according to 28 insurance industry organizations.
October 6th, 2017 | by Guest Contributor
Hunter Cutting, director of the Climate Signals project, explains how climate change has amplified the damage done by hurricanes by increasing both the reach of storm surge and the volume of rainfall and by lifting the power ceiling of storms.
September 30th, 2017 | by James Ayre
The fossil fuel industry has cost the US around $240 billion a year over the last decade through the effects of extreme weather and air pollution, according to a new study from the non-profit Universal Ecological Fund. That's $240 billion per year
August 9th, 2017 | by James Ayre
Roughly two out of every three people living in Europe will be affected yearly by extreme weather by the year 2100, according to a new study published in The Lancet Planetary Health.
These findings are based on a scenario where greenhouse gas emissions aren't reduced from current levels, and where policies that would help to reduce the impacts of extreme weather aren't put into action
April 24th, 2017 | by Guest Contributor
Liberals and conservatives see extreme weather very differently.
April 13th, 2017 | by Guest Contributor
Using measurements, the authors documented what conditions led to extreme weather patterns that persisted for extended durations. They found that many occur when the jet stream becomes stationary with the undulations stuck in place. They also saw that under certain situations, the jet stream undulations do not dissipate in time; they become trapped in a wave guide.
March 26th, 2017 | by Guest Contributor
When it comes to our changing climate, if we fail to reduce the fossil fuel emissions that are trapping the sun’s heat and warming our world, we will soon cross a threshold – and there will be no turning back. It’s just that simple.