Global Warming Periods Could Be Affecting One Another, Researcher Demonstrates How

Ross Secord, a researcher from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln theorizes how a past global warming that occurred about 56 million years ago could have been influenced by an even older pulse of warming and how this could apply to modern times.

Excessive Fertilizer Use Increasing Warming in China

While in the past six decades, fertilizers were able to contribute half of the crops produced and caused a cooling effect as they increased...

What Determines The Outcome of Climate Negotiations

In 2009 in Copenhagen, countries agreed to emission reduction by year 2020. Until then, we will not know for certain whether the targets are...
Fish species dissapear with climate change

Food Favorites Set to Disappear Thanks to Climate Change

Menu favorites such as haddock and lemon sole may soon disappear from our plates thanks to warmer oceans. A new study published in Nature Climate...