Results may help researchers interpret ancient monsoon variations, predict future activity in the face...

Results may help researchers interpret ancient monsoon variations, predict future activity in the face of climate change. Each summer, a climatic shift brings persistent wind and rain to much of Southeast...

Is ‘global warming’ the right term to use? | MNN

Whenever there's a cold snap, a big snowstorm or even just a chilly day in spring, you can hear the smug gloating of climate change naysayers as they titter on...

Hackers break into university in attempt to revive ‘Climategate’ scandal | MNN

UPDATE: 1:20 PST. The Guardian has been reading through the emails and has made an important clarification... All the emails have the same time stamp as those originally released in...

Field study finds pellet-fed stoves cut air pollutant emissions 90% — ScienceDaily

A study by North Carolina State University researchers finds that a new cookstove design, which makes use of compressed wood pellets, reduces air pollution by about 90% for a range...

Why the Great Barrier Reef is in danger | MNN

As you probably already know, the Great Barrier Reef is in big trouble. About 50 percent of the reef's coral cover has already been lost, and the generally agreed-upon estimate...

How political battles affect climate scientists | MNN

In the days before Thanksgiving, climate researchers got an unpleasant holiday surprise: A new release of emails between climate scientists hacked from a University of East Anglia (UEA) server in...

Calling in from Copenhagen: MNN blogger Karl Burkart

Video: MNN blogger Karl Burkart chats with Current TV about the politics of blogging at the Copenhagen climate summit. Source link

Developing nations walk out of Copenhagen talks | MNN

Update at 12:30 EST Monday: The BBC is reporting that the protesting nations have returned to talks but are limiting their participation to discussions over procedural issues around extending the...

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