June 24, 2020

Join  three education experts to talk about how engaging, empowering and educating others can lead to powerful climate action.

Aerosols along the Himalaya
January 23, 2014

Yes, human activities exert a cooling influence on Earth in several ways. Overall, this cooling influence is smaller than the warming influence of the heat-trapping gases humans put into the air.

Intermountain Power Plant
January 23, 2014

Yes, human activities have increased the abundance of heat-trapping gases in the atmosphere, which a large majority of climate scientists agree is the main reason for the 1.5°F (0.85°C) rise in average global temperature since 1880.

Sepia-toned drawing of a woman in old-fashioned dress in front of a table with books and scientific instruments on it
July 17, 2019

American Eunice Foote was an amateur scientist and women's rights pioneer from the mid-1800s whose experiments foreshadowed the discovery of Earth's greenhouse effect. 

December 7, 2017

Mount Agung in Indonesia erupted for the first time since 1963 causing widespread evacuations on the island of Bali. But is it a climate event? 

Insect damage on fossil leaf
November 13, 2017

Once at odds, a climate expert and botanist who studies ancient plants later teamed up to improve understanding of one of the warmest periods in Earth history. 

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