Tags » Climate

Record Great Lakes Ice Coverage Will Control Spring Weather

By Brian Lada

Although spring may be in full swing, more than one-third of the Great Lakes remains covered in ice.

The harsh cold from this past winter resulted in extensive ice coverage over the Great Lakes, making it the… 453 more words

News/ Current Events

Science at the edge of the world

Antarctica science has been major news recently, with the apparent discovery of gravitational waves by the BICEP2 (Background Imaging of Cosmic Extragalactic Polarization) telescope, sited at the South Pole. 838 more words

Science

preaching bulldust at the Green altar ...

Recently reelected Green Senator goes all in, as an  ideological religious nutter.

Greens senator Scott Ludlam goes all Pentecostal:

This country is going to cook and people are going to die.

221 more words
Environment

Grandparent climate action - for our grandchildren

Nancy Lindisfarne reports:

Recently in Oslo, I met with Mette Newth, and Finn Bjørnar Lund to learn about the Norwegian Grandparents’ Climate Campaign.

They are both activists with ‘fire souls’, as Norwegians say. 627 more words

News

Flooding, Gusty Winds Threaten East Tuesday

By Jordan Root

Heavy rain and thunderstorms will span the East on Tuesday, putting many at risk for dangerous flooding and damaging winds.

The storm system and cold front that blasted through the Plains over the weekend and the Deep South on Monday, will trek into the East on Tuesday and will continue to wreak havoc on communities. 608 more words

News/ Current Events

Cold Blast to Return Snow to the Midwest, Northeast

By Kristina Pydynowski

It is not just dramatically colder air headed back to the Midwest and Northeast, but also snow in some communities.

The snow that blanketed Nebraska Sunday night will continue to spread northeastward Monday across the Upper Midwest. 378 more words

News/ Current Events