Study Predicts California Will Experience Increased Weather VolatilityA new study says California can expect to see a lot more dramatic weather swings over the next several decades.
Climate Change Could Leave Californians With 'Weather Whiplash'The study highlights the quick changes in climate variability that are more likely in a warming world, rather than focusing on more long-term threats.
Judge Holds Climate Change Class In Suits Against Big OilA federal judge presiding over lawsuits that accuse big oil companies of lying about global warming to protect their profits is turning his courtroom into a classroom in what could be the first hearing to study the science of climate change.
Climate Change Could Create 143 Million Migrants, World Bank SaysTens of millions of people in some of the world's poorest areas could be displaced by climate change in just a few decades, the World Bank has warned in a report.
San Francisco Bay Area Cities Built On Landfill Are Sinking Faster, Study FindsA new study says parts of the Bay Area are sinking faster than expected.
Study Shows Dramatic Snowpack Decline Across the WestScientists have found a dramatically declining snowpack across the American West over the past six decades that will likely cause water shortages in the region that cannot be managed by building new reservoirs.
Californians Bash Trump For Bid To End Climate Change PlanHundreds spoke in defense of the Clean Power Plan at a hearing in San Francisco, the latest in a series of nationwide "listening sessions" by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on its effort to repeal the restrictions
Scientists Say Sun Will Be Cooler By 2050, Warn Of Mini Ice AgeScientists are predicting that the sun is about to enter a massive cooling cycle which could lead to a mini ice age by the year 2050.
EPA Administrator Pruitt Suggests Climate Change Could Benefit Humans Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt suggested Tuesday that climate change could benefit humans, despite scientific evidence to the contrary.
Half of California's Vegetation at 'High Risk' from Warming Climate, UC Scientist SaysA new study led by a UC Davis scientist finds that, at current rates of carbon emissions, more than half of California's natural vegetation is at risk by the end of the century.
Study: Mystery Die-Off Of Rare Antelope May Be Linked To Climate ChangeScientists have determined that unusually warm temperatures and high humidity may have played a role in the mysterious die-off two years ago of half of the world's population of saiga antelope in Kazakhstan
UC Berkeley Researcher Trying to Save Chocolate From ExtinctionScientists are forecasting that climate change may force the plants that produce chocolate into extinction by 2050.

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