Whether it's fair weather or foul, hurricane, tornado, blizzard, flood, volcano, climate & fire are the bill of fare here.
Scientists Say Ocean Circulation Is Slowing (about 15 % since middle of last century). https://t.co/8xd0tdtzTB— Svein T veitdal (@tveitdal) January 9, 2019
Here’s Why You Should Care.
Hotter summers in Europe, changing rainfall in the tropics, hurricane risks along the U.S. coast pic.twitter.com/ATLeiYlbjr
We'll be less prepared to deal with extreme weather this year thanks to the shutdown https://t.co/t4MOplbstI— Mother Jones (@MotherJones) January 20, 2019
By John Conger In the Fiscal Year 2018 National Defense Authorization Act, the U.S. Congress asked the Department of Defense (DoD) to provide a report on "vulnerabilities to military installations ...Read more from The Center for Climate & Security
The definitive version!— Doing Things Differently (@dtdchange) February 3, 2019
Climate data visualised by @anttilip #SciComm #ClimateChange
Oh my. pic.twitter.com/wDC4m8ekHo
This article talks about how climate activists must keep doing things different to keep attention on #ClimateBreakdown! Apparently, the storms, droughts, heat waves, fires and 6th mass extinction aren't enough to keep #ClimateChange in the spotlight! https://t.co/xIYxzXgRR8— Alexandria Villasenor (@AlexandriaV2005) February 18, 2019
For a year I've been reporting this story about major climate news, finally breaking today: A new simulation finds that global warming could cause stratocumulus clouds to disappear in as little as a century, which would add 8°C (14°F) of extra warming. https://t.co/1cSmLOsmOS— Natalie Wolchover (@nattyover) February 25, 2019