What will climate change mean in terms of future wind damage? Scientists debate whether data on the frequency and intensity of extreme wind are already showing significant upward trends.
How long will we tolerate having our highest-ranking Canadian officials embarrass internationally by attacking the most courageous of scientists?
After Sandy, Peter Kent may have felt the need to speak about the reality of climate change. (Photo: Chatham House, London / flickr)
As Canada welcomes the world's greatest scientific minds in Vancouver this week and we celebrate with pride our many Canadian achievements, it is also time to share a few home truths.
A chill is coming to Washington. A wave of climate change deniers were elected to office this week.
Americans don't know what to think about climate change anymore. A few years ago, the public more or less trusted the science that said human activity was raising global temperatures.
Climate skeptics found plenty of reasons to dig out their dreary critiques this week, between the continuing controversy over erroneous reports from the International Panel for Climate Change (IPCC).