Report Finds European Floods Made More Likely by Climate Change

Report Finds European Floods Made More Likely by Climate Change

By Amy Lupica, ODP Staff Writer A new study reports that record-breaking flooding that killed 220 people in Western Europe earlier this summer was made between 1.2 and 9 times more likely as a result of climate change. Researchers warn that as the Earth continues to warm, these devastating floods will become more frequent and intense. […]

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Interview of the Week: Dr. Joellen Russell click button

Interview of the Week: Dr. Joellen Russell

This summer has been dry and extremely hot. Temperature records have been shattered and it’s left many of us wondering how much of this we can attribute to climate change. It’s why we asked the distinguished Dr. Joellen Russell, a climate scientist and oceanographer at the University of Arizona to walk us through how climate […]

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Attribution Science Connects Extreme Weather to Climate Change

Attribution Science Connects Extreme Weather to Climate Change

If you read my (Miro’s) Bright Ideas op-ed over the weekend then you saw that the tired argument of “yes the climate is changing, but we don’t know how much humans are contributing to it” has been around for at least 20 years. Luckily, that excuse for inaction is finally starting to wear thin as […]

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