The worldwide climate research community has talent, dedication, and a clear sense of knowledge gaps. It needs to close those gaps and convey its messages effectively to user communities.
Alcoa, Cargill, General Motors, Microsoft, and nine other major U.S. companies have committed to cut greenhouse gases as part of a new White House program.
Controversy leads to a better understanding of carbon cycling through a massive pool of organic matter dissolved in the Earth's oceans.
Field experiments examine the effect of rising temperatures and drying soils on carbon dynamics in the Arctic.
Basing forecasts on data that preserve variations over space yield more reliable predictions than using standard numerical measures of climatic cycles' intensity.
Water Scarcity in the West: Past, Present, and Future; Davis, California, 6–7 April 2015
After 44 years of coordinating the U.S. academic research fleet and facilities, the University-National Oceanographic Laboratory System (UNOLS) gears for the future.
Antarctic Subglacial Lake Exploration: First Results and Future Plans; Chicheley Hall, U. K.; 30–31 March 2015
A surprising increase is reported in Europe regarding the global warming agent as tougher emissions standards are unveiled in the United States for trucks.
Papal encyclical urges strong efforts to protect the environment and the world's poor.