Why the world needs better data on oil, and how we might get it
Researchers came up empty when looking for warning signs of ancient climate shocks
Betting against others’ ignorance can profit in the financial world, but what about in the brick-and-mortar world?
Predicting hurricane seasons more than a couple of months in advance is still proving tough
Chapter 1 of “The Age of the Unthinkable” by Joshua Cooper Ramo
Controlling the climate with technology was once the stuff of science fiction. But with tests already underway, there’s an urgent need for global governance of geoengineering.
Despite reassuring statements from the International Energy Agency, there’s an oil shortage looming, an insider told the Guardian
The powerful greenhouse gas methane is bubbling from the Arctic ocean, possibly from permafrost that’s thawing as the planet warms
The Arctic Ocean’s sea ice has shrunk to its second smallest area on record, close to 2007’s record-shattering low
Year-to-year measurements of the ancient Arctic climate shows it can switch surprisingly fast