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We’re No More Serious about the Climate Crisis Than We Were before the Pandemic

By Samantha Montano Photo: Tayfun Coskun , Getty Images

Disaster researchers are used to seeing train wrecks coming. We study the worst moments in human history—their warning signs, failures, destruction, pain, corruption and injustice—so that we can lessen the hurt. But the scale of the pandemic, and the response to it, shook even the most practiced among us.


Facebook failing to flag harmful climate misinformation, new research finds

Facebook is falling short of its promises to tackle climate misinformation, according to new analysis from the Center for Countering Digital Hate (CCDH)


Facebook labeled half of climate denial posts from ‘Toxic Ten’: report

By Rebecca Klar Photo: Associated Press/Matt Rourke

Facebook labeled half of the climate change denial posts linked to content by the leading publishers of such disinformation, according to a Center for Countering Digital Hate (CCDH) report published Wednesday.


In their own words: Local leaders urge Congress to act on climate

By Lisa Frank

“Climate change poses a very serious threat, but also a significant economic opportunity for our city and our nation. Fayetteville is committed to working with leaders of other cities, states, universities, and businesses to combat climate change by supporting a low-carbon economy and creating good jobs in energy efficiency and renewable energy.” – Lioneld Jordan, Mayor, City of Fayetteville, AR


Scientists agree: Climate change is real and caused by people

by Samantha Harrington Photo: Western Arctic National Parklands / CC BY 2.0

Scientific academies, professional societies, associations, governmental and nongovernmental organizations and published research worldwide are aligned.


How Politics, Society and Tech Shape the Path of Climate Change

By Kat Kerlin

Politics and society largely dictate climate policy ambitions and therefore the trajectory of greenhouse gas emissions, yet climate change models and projections rarely include political and social drivers. A study from the University of California, Davis, simulated 100,000 possible future policy and emissions trajectories to identify relevant variables within the climate-social system that could impact climate change in this century.


How hot will the planet get? Public opinion is key factor, finds study

By Sofia Quaglia Photo: Rodger Bosch , Getty Images

Scientists have modelled thousands of possible futures, and found that different social attitudes could make the difference between a temperature increase of just 1.8C or 3.6C by the end of the 21st century.


Why climate change talk must focus on water, not just carbon

By Mridula Ramesh Photo: Shutterstock

Nothing works like clarity in getting things done. And the world needs to get down its carbon emissions to keep it habitable for most of us in the not-too-distant future. Naturally, then, most climate conversations revolve around carbon, with political and business leaders jumping onto the Net Zero bandwagon. So why muddy the waters, by talking about, um, water?


The end of natural gas has to start with its name

By Rebecca Leber Photo: Spencer Platt/Getty Images

The oil and gas industry didn’t invent the name. But it invented the myth of a clean fuel.


Top corporations have vowed to fight climate change. Researchers say their plans fall short.

By Steven Mufson Photo: Spencer Platt/Getty Images

Some of the world’s best-known corporations have clamored to show how seriously they are taking climate change, with an increasing number pledging to eliminate their carbon footprints in the decades ahead. But many of those firms are not yet doing nearly enough to back up their promises, according to a new analysis by the New Climate Institute, an independent organization based in Germany that promotes measures to slow Earth’s warming.