Dead things, bubbles in ice cores, layers of sediment: together, they testify to the power of the atmosphere to change Earth
During Oscar season, it's good to take note that if we only see climate in apocalyptic terms, we miss stories that are more compelling and more realistic
Hope is the knowledge that we can prevent bad things—but also the realization that we might choose not to
Nobody knows for sure what the most effective strategy is, but I have a few ideas
I feel grief, guilt, anger, determination, hope and sadness all at the same time. But what I feel more than anything is gratitude for what we have
Climate change will bring plenty of tricks and very few treats
A fairy tale whose ending, still unwritten, is by no means guaranteed to be happy
Because they were women, and they were told, at every stage, that they weren’t good enough. It was a lie...
But climate affects weather...
We scientists need help to communicate in a post-truth world
…there’s space for action between “everything is fine” and “the apocalypse is upon us”
The climate is changing, there are fingerprints all over the scene, and we know, beyond any reasonable doubt, that humans are mostly responsible
Our government’s unconscionable policies are a scary precedent
Once you put established facts about the world up for argument, you’ve already lost
It’s about this beautiful, messy, funny, tragic planet and the terrible, wonderful humans who live here
Scientists are beginning to understand whether changing cloud cover will accelerate global warming or slow it down