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Aquino on Friday did not directly mention Nilo by name but described the former weather bureau chief as somebody who felt that he was the best friend of God and when he decided where a typhoon track would follow, he expected this typhoon track to
The likely range of climate sensitivity did not change since the Charney report in 1979...In fact, it is usually the opposite that takes place, the disagreement increases...This divergence between theory and data exactly describes the the situation
52 Washington: Increasing water scarcity caused by unabated global warming will have a drastic impact on grasslands in Eastern India, a study has claimed. According to the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) study, mean global
Sept. 27, garnering the frantic attention of all three broadcast networks that night. CBS even aired a claim about temperatures rising more than 200 degrees."...NBC continued to link weather events like Hurricane Sandy to climate change while CBS
An Indian-origin scientist, who proved how cutting emissions of "black carbon" or soot can significantly lessen the impact of climate change, has been selected for the United Nation's top environmental award.
Scientists conclude humans key factor in global warming Updated September 17, 2013 12:57:49 A report by a team of international scientists concludes there now is no doubt climatic changes are due to humans rather than any other natural factors. Their
Maybe not, at least when it comes to global warming predictions over short time periods. That's the upshot of a new study in the journal Nature Climate Change that compared 117 climate predictions made in the 1990's to the actual amount of warming.
Under Pressure U.S. and European Union envoys are seeking more clarity from the United Nations on a slowdown in global warming that climate skeptics have cited as a reason not to panic about environmental changes, leaked documents show. They're
Next month, a scientific committee sponsored by the United Nations will put out its latest assessment of climate change. The report is expected to underscore yet again that climate change is a serious problem and human beings are largely responsible.
A new forecasting technique can help predict irregular warming of the Eastern Pacific Ocean, called El Nino, which could result in lesser harvest failures due to the phenomenon. In order to extend forecasting from six months to one year or even more,