Whether it's fair weather or foul, hurricane, tornado, blizzard, flood, volcano, climate & fire are the bill of fare here.
How extreme heat could spread across the world https://t.co/5kxahAqaiq pic.twitter.com/l4cYOW8SE3— The New York Times (@nytimes) June 22, 2017
Heat can kill and we’re turning up the thermostat https://t.co/smno8Xv5GW by @SJvatn— Ars Technica (@arstechnica) June 22, 2017
Relative Coastal Vulnerability Assessment of National Park Units to Sea-Level Rise by @USGS & @NatlParkService https://t.co/kAzQc9eFRA pic.twitter.com/OexYA82ZpC— NastyWomenofNPS (@NastyWomenofNPS) June 23, 2017
U.S. mayors vote to go for 100% clean energy by 2035. Mayors are opting in for climate action. https://t.co/hJkARtlTqK— ClimateCommunication (@ClimateComms) June 26, 2017
What a maroon.
Despite this being silly, I am somewhat keen to find out who will be on Red Team. Could almost guess the names now. https://t.co/6DIHM0lt6w— There's Physics (@theresphysics) June 30, 2017
Satellite temperature data, leaned on by climate change doubters, revised sharply upward https://t.co/i89uadwRRR— Washington Post (@washingtonpost) July 3, 2017
Hawaii just became the first state to sign a law committing to the #ParisAgreement. You can commit, too: https://t.co/FnJbHN4Zjh #IAmStillIn pic.twitter.com/E7Vx5THoKB— Climate Reality (@ClimateReality) July 8, 2017
"Finally, a comprehensive analysis of which specific individual actions can make the most impact on climate change. https://t.co/6q1RvNwrHV"Read more from Twitter
Surprise! Congressman Lamar Smith, vocal climate science critic, led a secret trip to the Arctic in May https://t.co/AOM8GQPSCf by @Zhirji28— Nidhi Subbaraman (@NidhiSubs) July 14, 2017
I doubt it's "freaking them out"... but the concern level certainly has risen.
"2017 is so unexpectedly warm it is freaking out climate scientists" by Joe Romm of @ClimateProgress: https://t.co/gbdaNk0YLW— Michael E. Mann (@MichaelEMann) July 19, 2017