CC9C. Staying Current-What Are Governments Doing About Climate Change?

Staying current for Chapter 9 See non-chronological resources (bottom of this page) {2022}-{2021}-{2020}-{2013-2019}-{2008-2012} { Climate Change Contents } Articles from 2023 (most recent articles) Stay current index page for Chapter 9 { Climate Change Contents } 2024-06-06. UN Secretary-General Calls for Ban on Fossil Fuel Advertising, Says Next 18 Months Are Critical for Climate Action. […]

CC9C. 2020-What Are Governments Doing About Climate Change?

Staying current for Chapter 9 Articles from 2020 Stay current index page for Chapter 9 { Climate Change Contents } 2020-12-21. Climate Change Legislation Included in Coronavirus Relief Deal. By Coral Davenport, The New York Times. Excerpt: WASHINGTON — In the waning days of the 116th Congress, lawmakers have authorized $35 billion in spending on wind, solar […]

CC9C. 2008-What Are Governments Doing About Climate Change?

Staying current for Chapter 9 Articles from 2008–2012 Stay current index page for Chapter 9 { Climate Change Contents } 2012 December 27. Carbon Taxes Make Ireland Even Greener. By Elisabeth Rosenthal, The New York Times. Excerpt: …Ireland… imposed taxes on most of the fossil fuels used by homes, offices, vehicles and farms, based on each […]

CC8C. Staying Current—What Are the Consequences of Global Warming?

Staying current for Chapter 8 {2022}-{2021}-{2020}-{2013–2019}-{2006–2012} See non-chronological resources { Climate Change Contents } Articles from 2023–2024 2024-06-08. Q&A: As Temperatures in Pakistan Top 120 Degrees, There’s Nowhere to Run. Interview by Steve Curwood with Rafay Alam, an environmental lawyer and a member of Pakistan’s Climate Change Council, Living on Earth. Excerpt: An environmental lawyer’s […]

CC8C. 2020—What Are the Consequences of Global Warming?

Staying current for Chapter 8 Articles from 2020 Stay current index page for Chapter 8. { Climate Change Contents } 2020-12-23. This experimental vineyard seeks to save wine from climate change. By Sarah Kaplan, The Washington Post. Excerpt: French scientists are hard at work, trying to find varieties of grapes that will thrive in warm weather…. […]

CC8C. 2013—What Are the Consequences of Global Warming?

Staying current for Chapter 8 Articles from 2013 to 2019 To Stay current index page for Chapter 8 { Climate Change Contents } 2019-12-27. What Do You Get When You Cross a Thunderstorm with a Wildfire? By Jenessa Duncombe, Eos/AGU.  [https://eos.org/articles/what-do-you-get-when-you-cross-a-thunderstorm-with-a-wildfire] Excerpt: There are few things more ominous than a looming thundercloud. Add a wildfire to […]

CC8C. 2006—What Are the Consequences of Global Warming?

Staying current for Chapter 8 Articles from 2006–2012 Stay current index page for Chapter 8 { Climate Change Contents } 2012 December 07. Global Change session at American Geophysical Union (AGU) meeting, titled The Anthropocene: Confronting the Prospects of a +4C World: (2 hours) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=98M4i6tNgJ8&feature=player_embeddedIncludes (session GC51H): 01. Temporal and spatial scales of an Anthropocene Series – Jan […]

CC7C. Stay Current—What Is the Controversy About?

Staying current for Chapter 7 { Climate Change Contents } See non-chronological resources (bottom of page). 2024-05-14. 2023 summer warmth unparalleled over the past 2,000 years. By Jan Esper, Max Torbenson & Ulf Büntgen, Nature. Abstract: Including an exceptionally warm Northern Hemisphere (NH) summer, 2023 has been reported as the hottest year on record. Contextualizing recent anthropogenic warming […]

CC6C. Stay Current—How Is the Atmosphere Changing?

Staying current for Chapter 6. { Climate Change Contents } See non-chronological resources (bottom of page). 2024-06-06. Carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere are surging “faster than ever” to beyond anything humans ever experienced, officials say. By Li Cohen, CBS News. Excerpt: Carbon dioxide, the gas that accounts for the majority of global warming caused by human […]

CC5C. Stay Current—How Is Carbon Dioxide Measured?

Staying current for Chapter 5. { Climate Change Contents } See Non-chronological resources for this chapter (bottom of page). 2023-02-06. Battling Lava and Snowstorms, 2.5 Miles Above the Pacific. [https://www.nytimes.com/2023/02/06/climate/mauna-loa-carbon-dioxide-eruption.html] By Raymond Zhong, The New York Times. Excerpt: Two and a half miles above the Pacific, with the combined exhalations of a vast swath of […]