Expect more extreme weather According to Sam Carana of Arctic News, we can expect more extreme weather. The heaviest rains and floods in 120 years have hit Serbia and Bosnia this week, Reuters and Deutsche Welle report. The animation below shows the...
Extreme Weather Now the Norm Extreme weather events are rocketing upwards in their frequency of occurrence, intensity, and duration and are impacting new regions that are unprepared. These events, such as torrential rains, are causing floods and damaging crops and...
The Years of Living Dangerously trailer highlights the importance of understanding climate change and its impacts on humans and the entire planet. The documentary mini-series will focus on people affected by climate change and seeking solutions to the climate...
The video summarizes and visualizes the data and some of the more significant statements in the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's (IPCC) recent Fifth Assessment Report. The statements and facts presented are derived from the IPCC Working Group summary for...
The familiar global weather patterns that we, our parents, and our grandparents (and most of our distant ancestors) have always experienced, are no more. We have entered an abrupt climate change phase. Our energized water-primed atmosphere and disrupted circulation...
One theory claims that myths are distorted accounts of real historical events. In his recent article, Michael Murphy explores how deniers are always poised to jump on any new data that can be distorted to support their erroneous claims that...
In recent months we have endured incredible tropical-equatorial-like torrential rain events occurring at mid-latitudes across the planet. For example, in North America we experienced intense rainfall in the Banff region of the Rockies from June 19th to 24th and...
As a recently trained Climate Leader, I’m pleased to feature the resources available to me at the Climate Reality Project. One of those significant resources is From the Blog. The following post is from Maggie L. Fox, the President and CEO...
Paul Beckwith ~ I have been telling people for  over 2 years about the Arctic albedo collapse reducing polar to equator temperature gradients, physically causing the slowing, waving out and stalling of jet streams, causing extreme weather events to...
This article/video was previously posted on November 22, 2012. It was re-posted at the start of the Chicago Climate Reality Leadership Training event which I attended from July 30 to August 1. The post provided a great backdrop for...