Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research

Study Finds Earth’s Atmosphere Is Strongly Sensitive To Small Changes In Carbon Dioxide Levels

The latest report from the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact research finds that small changes in carbon dioxide levels have major impacts on the Earth’s climate. Too little leads to ice ages. Too much leads to overheating. Polar regions are effected the most by changes in CO2 levels and what they are telling us right now is that drastic changes are taking place that will affect all living things.

Four Major South American Governments Could Take Greater Climate Action

The four major South American countries — Brazil, Peru, Chile, and Argentina — can all take greater climate action, according to Climate Action Tracker. The Climate Action Tracker is an independent science-based assessment of the emission commitments and actions of countries, tracking individual national pledges, targets, INDCs, and currently implemented … [continued]