What are the Most Dangerous Greenhouse Gases?

What are Greenhouse Gases; What do They Do; Where do They Come From? The layman’s definition of greenhouse gases (GHG) tends to include misnomers. An accurate characterization of greenhouse gases is necessary to fully comprehend the process by which they increase global warming. Then, global warmi

Global Warming: Just How Much Can Earth Take?

The Nature Climate Change Journal Reports Global Temperatures to Rise 3.6 Degrees Fahrenheit by Next Century Global warming is a nebulous term. Few scientists can provide a layman’s definition of the concept. Even fewer are confidently predicting the consequences of global warming. But around

Be A Winner, Change Your Climate Change Philosophy Now!

Global Warming and Climate Change Talk Drags On, and On, and On… Action Slow to Gain Momentum After 25 years, the global warming debate — whether it is real or not — is dead. The technology needed to slow global warming is here, yet few meaningful steps are being made. The Climate Action R

Here’s A Method That Is Helping Climate Change

Everyone who’s anyone in the international community — whether they believe global warming is the greatest threat humanity will face in the next 50 years or they believe the greenhouse effect is a hoax — has been discussing climate change. Everyone, that is, except President Donald Trump.

The State of Climate Change on Inauguration Day

Just as America’s 45th president assumes office this week comes news that Earth has passed yet another troubling milestone in climate change: scientists reported on Wednesday that the planet reached its highest temperature on record in 2016. That obliterates a record set only a year earlier, which

Climate Change Tips for Thinking About Thanksgiving

Climate change is increasingly affecting what ends up on your Thanksgiving table, according to experts. A report issued Wednesday detailed how global warming is altering the earth’s food chain, beginning with the Arctic. But closer to home, unseasonably warm temperatures are having sometimes devas

Government Regulations On Climate Change

As average temperatures increase and sea levels rise around the world, government and industry have created new standards, rules and regulations for coping with climate change. In December 2015, 195 nations adopted the Paris Agreement, the first-ever universally binding global climate deal. It commi