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Society has been discussing climate change's impacts long before we knew it existed
For the first time, a new analysis shows an impact of climate change on human society long before we knew the climate was actually changing. (2015-07-09)
New free booklet explains climate change
The National Academies have released the 2008 edition of (2008-05-19)
Study examines the impact of climate change on freshwater species
How might climate change affect the distribution of freshwater species living in rivers, ponds, and lakes? (2016-12-05)
WIRES: A new approach to understanding climate change
Climate change is a phenomenon that extends far beyond science, with fundamental implications for economics, politics, sociology and environmental ethics. (2010-01-11)
Polar bears aren't the only victims of climate change
From heat waves to damaged crops to asthma in children, climate change is a major public health concern, argues a Michigan State University researcher in a new study. (2015-06-15)
Climate change affects human health, ATS membership survey shows
The American Thoracic Society has published the results of a survey of the ATS membership on climate change which found that the majority of ATS members believe that climate change is real and that it is having a negative impact on the health of the patients that they care for. (2015-03-03)
Warwick Research: Believe you can stop climate change and you will
If we believe that we can personally help stop climate change with individual actions -- such as turning the thermostat down -- then we are more likely to make a difference, according to research from the University of Warwick. (2017-05-04)
The past says abrupt climate change in our future
Past climates changed abruptly, suggesting that abrupt changes in the future will also occur, according to a Penn State geoscientist. (2001-12-13)
Climate change misconceptions common among teachers, study finds
A new study by Mizzou education researchers shows that many secondary school science teachers possess climate change misconceptions similar to average Americans. (2017-06-07)
Stanford climate scientist to discuss state of climate science, coming risks
The world is staring down the barrel of climate change that is faster than at any time in the last 65 million years, says climate expert Chris Field. (2014-02-13)
Media coverage affects perceptions of climate change
Climate change will not be taken seriously until the media highlights its significance, say researchers at the University of Liverpool. (2009-02-25)
CSIRO Climate Adaptation Flagship launched
CSIRO launched a multimillion dollar research program in Canberra today which is designed to boost Australia's ability to adapt to the impacts of climate change. (2008-07-09)
Study shows plant species' genetic responses to climate change
A study by the University of Liverpool has found that the genetic diversity of wild plant species could be altered rapidly by anthropogenic climate change. (2015-08-27)
Blowing hot and cold: US belief in climate change shifts with weather
A study of American attitudes toward climate change finds that local weather -- temperature, in particular -- is a major influence on public and media opinions on the reality of global warming. (2013-02-05)
Impact of climate change on mammals and birds 'greatly underestimated'
An international study published today involving University of Queensland research has found large numbers of threatened species have already been impacted by climate change. (2017-02-13)
Delayed gratification hurts climate change cooperation
Time is a huge impediment when it comes to working together to halt the effects of climate change, new research suggests. (2013-10-20)
What drives public opinion on climate change?
The researchers reveal that the driving factor that most influences public opinion on climate change is the mobilizing efforts of advocacy groups and elites. (2012-02-06)
Climate change disasters could be predicted
Climate change disasters, such as the melting of the Greenland ice sheet, dieback of the Amazon rainforest or collapse of the Atlantic overturning circulation, could be predicted according to University of Exeter research. (2011-06-19)
New York City climate change report calls for more research and planning efforts
A new report provides projections of New York City's climate to the end of the century, noting that higher temperatures, heavy downpours, sea level rise, and intensified coastal flooding are the major climate hazards expected for the region. (2015-03-02)
Forest ecologist sees climate consequences
Scientist Susan Prichard's story is the latest in a series of video shorts featured on TIME.com and produced by Princeton, NJ-based nonprofit Climate Central, an authoritative, non-advocacy source for science-based information about climate change. (2009-09-14)
Climate change impacts stream life
Climate change is warming Welsh streams and rivers, affecting the number and variety of some of their smallest animals, a major Cardiff University study has found. (2007-05-04)
How important are climate models for revealing the causes of environmental change?
Climate models are often used to understand the causes of observed environmental changes, and access the human impact on a changing climate. (2011-06-06)
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The UN Conference on Climate Change 2009 has asked IARU to organize this congress as part of the run-up to the COP Summit. (2008-04-30)
Should our biggest climate change fear be fear itself?
From apocalyptic forecasting to estimates of mass extinctions, climate change is a topic which is filled with fearful predictions for the future. (2010-11-05)
Climate change evident across Europe, confirming urgent need for adaptation
Copenhagen. Climate change is affecting all regions in Europe, causing a wide range of impacts on society and the environment. (2012-11-23)
UCSB geologist discovers pattern in Earth's long-term climate record
In an analysis of the past 1.2 million years, UC Santa Barbara geologist Lorraine Lisiecki discovered a pattern that connects the regular changes of the Earth's orbital cycle to changes in the Earth's climate. (2010-04-06)
OU researchers awarded $3M DOE grant to determine effects of climate change on two ecosystems
To better understand the effects of climate change on the microbial communities of two important ecosystems -- the temperate grasslands in Oklahoma and the tundra in Alaska, a University of Oklahoma research group has been awarded a $3 million Department of Energy grant. (2010-10-18)
UC Riverside scientists lead NASA-funded Climate Change Education Initiative for Southern California
University of California, Riverside geoscientists have been awarded a three-year $350,000 grant from NASA to develop innovative approaches for communicating climate change science to undergraduates and high school students in Southern California. (2010-11-16)
Metcalf Institute publishes book about communicating climate change
The Metcalf Institute for Marine and Environmental Reporting has published a book to help scientists and journalists communicate more clearly and effectively with one another about climate change. (2008-11-19)
Human health in the face of climate change: Science, medicine, and adaptation
The conference is being convened in light of new research, which seeks to provide a deeper understanding of the health consequences of climate change on humans -- including better quantification of these effects -- to improve health preparedness and protect vulnerable populations. (2015-04-15)
Large gaps found in public understanding of climate change
Sixty-three percent of Americans believe that global warming is happening, but many do not understand why, according to a national study conducted by researchers at Yale University. (2010-10-14)
New rules of engagement for older people and climate change
A new study by researchers at the Stockholm Environment Institute at the University of York calls for better engagement of older people on climate change issues. (2010-08-26)
Butterflies' evolutionary responses to warmer temperatures may compromise their ability to adapt to future climate change
Members of the brown argus butterfly species that moved north in response to recent climate change have evolved a narrower diet dependent on wild Geranium plants, UK researchers report. (2014-08-18)
No publication bias found in climate change research
Rarely do we encounter a scientific fact that stirs public controversy and distrust in science as much as climate change. (2017-03-15)
Americans believe climate change connected to location and local weather
A new study finds local weather may play an important role in Americans' belief in climate change. (2016-12-19)
2011 Stephen H. Schneider Symposium
The 2011 Stephen H. Schneider Symposium will be held Aug. (2011-07-26)
Now anyone can run a climate model
Australian researchers have developed a simple online climate model that allows anyone to deconstruct our atmosphere and environment with the click of a button and see how our world would change. (2015-10-06)
US climate change summit, March 30-31
At the request of Congress, a two-day summit on (2009-02-12)
Paralysis by analysis should not delay decisions on climate change
Uncertainty about how much the climate is changing is not a reason to delay preparing for the harmful impacts of climate change says Professor Jim Hall of the Environmental Change Institute at the University of Oxford and colleagues at the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, writing today in Nature Climate Change. (2012-11-27)
Medical journals come together to put health at the heart of the climate change agenda
Several leading medical journals have come together to urge health professionals everywhere to put health at the heart of climate change negotiations. (2010-11-17)
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