Polar Vortex And Climate Change

It’s exhilarating to see the fruits of climate research achieve such prominence in the media, political debate, and concerns of industrial and municipal stakeholders.

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Most scientists say it’s difficult to draw straight lines from climate change to particular weather events. They say air chilled in northern Canada—called a "polar vortex"—was blown into the U.S. by a kink in the jet stream, a band of.

A White House blog and video Wednesday characterized the polar vortex that spread bone-chilling weather. say that “no single weather episode can either prove or disprove climate change.” However, he adds that a “growing body of.

This story has been updated. As if melting glaciers, thawing permafrost and starving polar bears weren’t enough, scientists are finding that the effects of climate.

This is why the environmentalists have changed the focus from “global warming”, which is undeniably happening, to “climate change”. We are in for horrific and.

The Obama administration is pushing back against skeptics who claim this week’s “polar vortex. global warming is a myth, saying weather patterns such as these are actually a result of climate change. In a post on the official White.

The draft report reflects federal scientists’ continued and unshaken belief human industrial activity is the primary driver of climate change, despite Trump’s.

The worst predicted impacts of climate change are starting to happen — and much faster than climate scientists expected