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August 2019

Photochemical impacts of haze pollution in an urban environment Photolysis rates are highly sensitive not only to the vertical distribution of aerosols but also to their composition, as this can impact how the incoming solar radiation is scattered or absorbed.  Continue reading »

July 2019

Climate change made Europe’s mega-heatwave five times more likely After a series of unusually hot summers, France and other parts of Europe last week experienced another intense heatwave that broke temperature records across the continent. After a seven-day analysis: climate  Continue reading »

June 2019

Safety margins and adaptive capacity of vegetation to climate change Vegetation is composed of many individual species whose climatic tolerances can be integrated into spatial analyses of climate change risk. Here, we quantify climate change risk to vegetation at a  Continue reading »

May 2019

Nature’s Dangerous Decline ‘Unprecedented’; Species Extinction Rates ‘Accelerating’ Nature is declining globally at rates unprecedented in human history — and the rate of species extinctions is accelerating, with grave impacts on people around the world now likely, warns a landmark  Continue reading »

April 2019

Learning about climate change uncertainty enables flexible water infrastructure planning Water resources planning requires decision-making about infrastructure development under uncertainty in future regional climate conditions. However, uncertainty in climate change projections will evolve over the 100-year lifetime of a dam  Continue reading »

March 2019

Maximizing Ozone Signals New technique enables more efficient and precise estimates of trends in ozone and other atmospheric constituents within selected geographical regions and timeframes.   US Department of Energy Climate change is the world’s biggest threat, according to a  Continue reading »

February 2019

Why a healthy planet and a healthy economy go hand-in-hand If we do not soon halt and reverse our current trajectory of runaway climate change, environmental degradation and widespread biodiversity loss, the global economy will suffer negative consequences on its  Continue reading »

January 2019

The Oceans are warming faster than scientists thought The world’s oceans are warming at an accelerated rate and are much warmer than scientists thought — and things could get a lot worse if nothing is done to stop climate change, according to  Continue reading »

December 2018

The Depravity of Climate-Change Denial The Trump administration is, it goes without saying, deeply anti-science. In fact, it’s anti-objective reality. But its control of the government remains limited; it didn’t extend far enough to prevent the release of the latest National  Continue reading »

November 2018

Ozone hole modest despite optimum conditions for ozone depletion NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center The ozone hole that forms in the upper atmosphere over Antarctica each September was slightly above average size in 2018, scientists reported today.   Science Daily Composites  Continue reading »

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