Everyone, including the Guardian, has been talking about a 'pause' in global warming. Turns out the pessimists, like Guy McPherson, were right all long!
The oceans are warming so fast, they keep breaking scientists' chartsNOAA once again has to rescale its ocean heat chart to capture 2014 ocean warming
22 January, 2015
Wow, was this a bad year for those who deny the reality and the significance of human-induced climate change. Of course, there were the recent flurry of reports that 2014 surface temperatures had hit their hottest values ever recorded. The 2014 record was first called on this blog in December and the final results were reported as well, here. All of this happened in a year that the denialists told us would not be very hot.
Warm ocean melting East Antarctica's largest glacier
The largest glacier in East Antarctica, containing ice equivalent to a six-metre (20-foot) rise in global sea levels, is melting due to warm ocean water, Australian scientists said on Monday.
File photo of a penguin strolling past the King Sejong Korean station in Antartica
25 January, 2015
The 120-kilometre (74.4 mile) long Totten Glacier, which is more than 30 kilometres wide, had been thought to be in an area untouched by warmer currents.