Stunning overview of the history of climate (paleoclimatology) and what we can do about today's warming...written by 12th grader Zev Brook. | Scientific American Nur Labs, Ammonia Tepida Jpg, Living Ammonia, Nursing Labs, Life Form, The Ocean, Ammonia Tepidajpg, Trench Life, Ocean Food
This climate change infographic is an example of how statistics and other calculations can be used to support the evidence of climate change. For example, there has never been another time in all of the Earth's history that carbon dioxide levels and temperatures have risen like they have within the past few decades.
#Infographic: Western Wildfires and Climate Change | Union of Concerned Scientists. Smoke from wildfires is extremely health hazardous.
Infographic: The politics of climate change. This infographic highlights the positions of key countries and political blocs on climate change measures before the upcoming COP18 climate negotiations in Qatar. Where does your country stand? Infographic by Ben Willers and Sophie Sportiche, via Al Jazeera
Two Key Climate Change Concepts Are Misunderstood -There is widespread confusion about the near-term benefits of reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and that misunderstanding may be complicating the formidable task of reducing manmade global warming, argue two climate researchers in Science in a story published Thursday.