Rising sea temperatures in the Atlantic combined with existing factors could mimic the double-whammy process that created Superstorm Sandy last year, according to new research
Writing for RTCC, John Englander argues that the recent devastation experienced by New York City and parts of the Caribbean demonstrates why rising sea levels are a clear and present threat
Droughts and floods, cold snaps and heatwaves, wildfires and record sea ice loss. 2012 was a dramatic illustration of the impacts of climate change that sent public awareness soaring.
Only a shift in public opinion and the growing clamour from big business for climate action can turn the US position around, regardless of who wins the election.