Sea Level Rise News
North Pole Temperatures Expected to Soar 50 Degrees Above Normal as Christmas Nears
Santa Claus may want to wear a lighter coat this year. A major storm near Iceland is producing 45 foot waves that will push mild air into the Arctic region, causing temperatures to reach 32 degrees, according to ABC News meteorologists. Climate Central , a nonprofit news organization that analyzes
Could Treated Sewage Be a Tool Against Sea -Level Rise ?
Scientists say treated wastewater could help fight against sea-level rise on Virginia's coast
5 Major Foreign Policy Challenges Facing President-Elect Donald Trump
In January, President-elect Donald Trump will have to turn his attention to governing domestically and shaping his vision for U.S. foreign policy – and he will do so with the help of his secretary of state. On Tuesday, Trump nominated ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson to help him navigate America's
Arctic Undergoing Rapid Ice Melt That Could Speed Global Warming : Study
The Arctic, the northernmost polar region characterized by cold winters and vast sheets of white ice, is "undergoing rapid, sometimes turbulent change beyond anything previously experienced," according to a new five-year study. "While some changes, such as warming temperatures, are gradual, others,
Meet the Women Leaders of the World
As far as powerful women go, Hillary Clinton has been one of the most discussed in recent months. In her concession speech Wednesday, she said, "To all the little girls who are watching this, never doubt that you are valuable and powerful and deserving of every chance and opportunity in the world
'The Young Independents' Undecided Voters at George Mason University
Young voters discuss their decision-making process in the final days before the 2016 election.
Young Voters React to Perception of Millennials in Politics
'The Young Independents' of George Mason University talk about the generalizations made about their generation in the 2016 election cycle.
Climate Change Could Pose 'Significant Risk' to US National Security, Reports Say
A bipartisan group of military experts released a statement and two reports today arguing that climate change poses a significant risk to U.S. national security . The statement, released by the bipartisan group Climate Security Consensus project, argues that the effects of climate change will put a
Australian Rodent is the First Mammal to Go Extinct Due to Human-Caused Climate Change , Report Says
An Australian rodent may have become the first victim of extinction as a result of human-caused climate change , researchers in Queensland said in a new study . Populations of the Bramble Cay melomys , a mosaic-tailed rat found only on a small reef island at the northern tip of the Great Barrier