A particular climate geoengineering effort to reduce the amount of sunlight might not work out.....
Understanding the climate model.
A look at the model projected long-term changes in global temperatures and precipitation based on a combination of four greenhouse gas emission scenarios.
Going back 10,000 years, researchers have determined that the Greenland Ice Sheet was actually at its smallest size between three and five thousand years ago.
Observed changes in global precipitation are directly affected by human activities and cannot be explained by natural variability alone.
Better late than never. Here is the global October 2013 satellite measured temperature anomaly data
October 2013 ended up in the top ten warmest Octobers since 1880.
Climate-related natural disasters have steadily increased across the globe over the past 40 years..
New research has shown that the widely used HadCRUT4 global temperature data set has greatly underestimated the rate of warming over the past 15 years.
How is the changing climate impacting storms?