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We are living in an era of high frequency asteroid strikes

Asteroid impacts are among the most devastating natural disasters that can occur. In fact, several extinction events in the history of life on Earth can be directly tied to such impacts. (Just ask the dinosaurs.) So it’s a bit unsettling…

The Circulation of the Antarctic Margins in a Changing Climate

“The circulation of the Antarctic margins in a changing climate,” is presented by Dr. Andy Thompson, a physical oceanographer and Professor of Environmental Science and Engineering at Caltech. Ocean circulation at the Antarctic margins is dominated by a system of…

Brace for the Polar Vortex: It May Be Visiting More Often

Want climate news in your inbox? Sign up here for Climate Fwd:, our email newsletter. Find your long johns, break out the thick socks and raid the supermarket. After a month of relatively mild winter weather, the Midwest and the…

Experts Continue To Debunk WaPo’s Claim About The Shutdown And Weather Forecasts

The Washington Post reported more than 10 days ago that weather forecasts were less reliable because of the ongoing government shutdown. Since then, however, evidence has mounted against that narrative. The latest rebuke of The Post’s narrative came from AccuWeather….

Polar Bear Photos From 2017 And 2018 Show The Animals Thriving With Less Sea Ice

Candid images of fat, healthy bears taken over the last two years by unbiased photographers across the Arctic are representative of the state of polar bears in a world that’s warmer than it was in 1980. Chukchi Sea polar bear…

New research, January 7-13, 2019

Posted on 18 January 2019 by Ari Jokimäki A selection of new climate related research articles is shown below. Climate change impacts  Mankind Mortality risk from heat stress expected to hit poorest nations the hardest Migration as a human affair:…

6 Sustainable Housing Trends to Watch in 2019

Sustainable, green and eco-friendly homes have gradually grown more popular over the years. Technological advancements have made it even easier to build new homes with energy-efficient windows, solar panels and more. Even older homes can get upgrades that make them more green and help lower utility costs. As we move into 2019, here are six […]

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