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August 2017

Reassessing the atmospheric oxidation mechanism of toluene Mario J. Molina, Renyi Zhang et. al. Our work reveals that the formation and subsequent reactions of cresols regulate the atmospheric impacts of toluene oxidation, suggesting that its representation in current atmospheric models  Continue reading »

July 2017

Renewable energy policy: Enumerating costs reduces support Darrick Evensen Renewable energy policies enjoy greater support compared to policies focused explicitly on climate change, and thus present a politically plausible path toward carbon emission reduction. However, new research shows that renewable  Continue reading »

June 2017

Scientists may have just found an unexpected new threat to the ozone layer By CHELSEA HARVEY Severe storms over the central United States may be posing bigger problems beyond bad weather. New research suggests that frequent summertime storms in the  Continue reading »

May 2017

Today’s Arctic is a ‘profoundly different place’ By Scott Waldman The Arctic is experiencing a profound shift into a new state as it loses ice and breaks high temperature records, a clear sign that some of the worst effects of  Continue reading »

April 2017

The massive crack in the Antarctic ice shelf is hanging on by a 12-mile ‘thread.’ It’s the ice crack that’s captivating the world. USA Today A roadmap for rapid decarbonization Although the Paris Agreement’s goals are aligned with science and  Continue reading »

March 2017

This is a major benefit cutting air pollution can have on children A “congestion tax” that discourages downtown driving not only cuts traffic and pollution, but also sharply reduces children’s asthma attacks. World Economic Forum Consequences of a price incentive  Continue reading »

February 2017

  New Research Shows How ‘Atmospheric Rivers’ Wreak Havoc Around The Globe An “atmospheric river” is a colorful term for a sinuous plume of moisture that travels up from the tropics — a single plume can carry more water than  Continue reading »

January 2017

  We Need Science-Informed Leadership What can you do about? A lot. So go get started… Scientific American Regional and global sea-surface temperatures during the last interglaciation Understanding how warm intervals affected sea level in the past is vital for  Continue reading »

December 2016

NASA Just Created a Stunning New 3-D View of CO2 It’s been clear that carbon dioxide is changing the climate. Now how it moves through the atmosphere is clearer than ever thanks to NASA scientists, satellites and supercomputers. Climate Central  Continue reading »

November 2016

Warming up: new research points to a more sensitive climate to rising CO2 Climate models may be underestimating how sensitive the planet is to rising greenhouse gas levels, with new research suggesting the pace of global warming is about to  Continue reading »

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