Grab your camera. This week another round of extremely high tides will hit the California coast, and scientists want your photos.
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The organizers of the Bay Area King Tide Photo Initiative want you to grab your camera and help document the tides.
An insider’s perspective: Cancun provided glimmers of what could be if nations put their minds to it.
As the world warms: No glaciers at Glacier, no Joshua trees at Joshua Tree.
The lowly salt marsh could be one of our best defenses against rising sea levels. A major new effort is underway to expand them in San Francisco Bay.
The heat wave in Russia and rising wheat prices raise complicated questions about agricultural strategies in a changing world.
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has announced the contributors for its next Assessment Report. All 831 of them.
A comprehensive but cautious report from NOAA projects impacts of climate change along California’s north-central coast.
Three panels assembled by the National Academy of Sciences agree that states play a key role in the nation’s response to climate change.
And it’s not just about how much by when. How we’ll respond remains largely unanswered, too.