Not so long ago, just 50 years to be exact, my father was posted at Poona, then a small Army cantonment town four hours away from the mind-numbing madness of the big city of Bombay. Poona is now Pune and Bombay has...
What do we do about climate change? The answer is subject to intensely polarized debate. What information is trustworthy? Here's how we know that global warming is changing our world.
Climate change exists, there is lots of evidence, it's happened many times, and there is not a lot we can do about it.
Yes, I understand that some say that pollution is causing climate change, but what happens if it isn't pollution that is causing it? Is it okay to pollute because the earth will fix itself?
While arguments continue to rage about the why's, who's and how's of climate change and global warming, there is something far more sinister happening to our climate that has been stuck on the back burner for the most...
Dr. Ivar Giaever has become a media darling for climate change denialists. But, having a renowned scientist supporting their cause may not be the definitive component they need to win this argument.
The shorelines of Alaska illustrate the erosion that occurs as the oceans of Earth lap up and back from the land masses. The Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes is another interesting related phenomenon.
Do you believe in climate change? It's a controversial topic. Carbon emissions are at an all time high and it's us, human beings, who are the cause according to some scientists. But others disagree.
As President Trump backs out of the Paris climate deal, the war against renewable energy is taking unparralelled turns for the worst.
What do we do about climate change? The answer is subject to intensely polarized debate. What information is trustworthy? Here's how we know that CO2 warms the climate.