These science teachers are sick of the faux climate debate

A Grist/Beacon article by Zoya Feirste1n Online —  Policymakers should have acted swiftly to mitigate the effects of rising greenhouse gas emissions decades ago, when climate science was first making the rounds. Alas, the American political establishment gets a D

This Republican has grown a spine when it comes to climate change

From a GRIST Beacon Article by Kate Yoder Online  —  Democrats keep complaining about “spineless” Republicans in Congress. They probably haven’t met Brian Fitzpatrick, a representative from Pennsylvania. He’s a big fan of bipartisan climate action — which he says

New tado° V3+ Smart Thermostats

For a healthy home climate Berlin, Germany – tado° launched its new V3+ product generation at IFA Berlin on August 31st. With the heating season about to start, the tado° Smart Thermostats now let you interact with your home more

Yale Climate Opinion Maps 3.0

Online — Announcing the latest release of our interactive mapping tool – the Yale Climate Opinion Maps (YCOM). Many have used YCOM to explore Americans’ climate change beliefs, risk perceptions and policy support at state and local levels. YCOM reveals

Heatwave hits European wind energy, boosts solar production

July wind and solar performance maps Online —  The same meteorological conditions behind the current heatwave in the Western Europe have contributed to a wind drought, negatively impacting wind energy project performance in markets including the UK, France, Spain, Germany

2018 National Ambient Air Monitoring Conference

Ambient Monitoring Technology Information Center Online  —  The Ambient Air Monitoring Group (AAMG), in cooperation with the National Association for Clean Air Agencies (NACAA) and the Association of Air Pollution Control Agencies (AAPCA) will host The National Ambient Air Monitoring Conference, 

Warm water creeps into Central Pacific

Otherwise-calm | by By Carol Rasmussen, NASA’s Earth Science News Team Online — After a mild La Niña late last year, temperatures, convection and rainfall rates in the equatorial Pacific Ocean returned to normal by early April of this year.

NOAA & AMS to announce findings of State of the Climate

Online — On Wed., 1 August, scientists from NOAA and the American Meteorological Society will discuss key findings from the peer-reviewed State of the Climate report, which examines temperature, precipitation and weather events throughout the world in 2017. The study

Human influence detected in changing seasons

By Anne M Stark, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Online — For the first time, scientists from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) and five other organizations have shown that human influences significantly impact the size of the seasonal cycle of temperature