Whether it's fair weather or foul, hurricane, tornado, blizzard, flood, volcano, climate & fire are the bill of fare here.
"One thing climate scientists have long been reluctant to say is that specific extreme weather events are the result of climate change. @NPR science correspondent @christophjoyce says a little noticed study this past year did prove a link. https://t.co/t1uliG0M2t"Read more from Twitter
Oh no! He’ll be fired, lol.
"Thirty years ago, we may have seen this coming as a train in the distance," NOAA's Arndt said. "The train is in our living room now." https://t.co/CBqZ9XY6ET— katy (@itsbedtimebitcj) June 18, 2018
Scientists prove that climate change is now disrupting the seasons https://t.co/PGLCWKDL2o via @business— Carl Zimmer (@carlzimmer) July 20, 2018
In just 15 years, roughly 4,000 miles of fiber-optic cables in US coastal cities could go underwater. https://t.co/3yug1OYT3N— WIRED Science (@WIREDScience) July 21, 2018
A new report co-led by @WASeaGrant provides the clearest picture yet of what Washington state can expect from rising sea levels, and the increased level of detail will help community planners weigh risks of different scenarios https://t.co/D3cadx8f0K pic.twitter.com/M82V0XDJfP— NOAA Sea Grant (@SeaGrant) July 31, 2018
Thirty years ago, we almost saved the planet. This is the story of how we failed. https://t.co/EglEQFwHPu pic.twitter.com/WBtopm5ppt— NYT Magazine (@NYTmag) August 1, 2018
"I'd like to see your child have to fight for energy," the Interior secretary at the conservative Freedom Conference.Read more from HuffPost
The man blocking climate research at the Department of the Interior has no qualifications other than having played football in high school with Ryan Zinke.— Rep. Don Beyer (@RepDonBeyer) August 29, 2018
Culture of corruption.https://t.co/pI08VBAb9h