From the experts: Climate metaphors
Emissions scenarios: choosing our future
Media Balance as Bias
Mapped: How climate change affects extreme weather around the world
In the early 2000s, a new field of climate science research emerged that began to explore the human fingerprint on extreme weather, such as floods, heatwaves, droughts and storms.
What brought you to explore novel legal approaches to climate disruption?
Professor Mary Wood reflects on how she began to explore novel legal approaches to the global problem of climate disruption.
Climate science consensus
Eugene, Oregon’s city climate recovery ordinance. Why is this significant?
Inside the Science of Climate Change with Professor Michael Mann
World Scientists’ Warning to Humanity
A Second Notice
Climatologist James Hansen – ‘We’re Already at a Level of Emergency’
Kevin Anderson on The Unforgiving Math For Staying Under 2 Degrees
The Future is Now
Bifrost Online has launched to coincide with the two-year anniversary of the Paris Agreement on climate change, which was signed on 12 December 2015.
Why is public debate on climate change so infected?
Climatologist Michael Mann is nearly as well known for his pushback against fossil fuel industry-funded distortions of climate science as for his iconic “hockey stick” graph showing the dramatic rise in global temperatures during the 20th century, which first appeared in a 1999 scientific study published by Mann, Bradley & Hughes in
that presented global reconstructions of annual surface temperature patterns over the previous six centuries. Mann discusses how the fossil fuel industry has promoted distortions of science in public discourse and debate to protect their own economic interests, following the playbook of other industries (Big Tobacco and Big Pharma) that have previously attacked science and scientists when their studies and knowledge advancements challenge industry products and profits.
Are we sure global warming is human caused?
Placing the talking points of climate change denialists into a proper perspective anchored in the history of science, climatologist Stefan Rahmstorf offers a brief overview of the overwhelming evidence underpinning today’s scientific consensus that global warming is human caused.
Making Data Sing
Using music-like sonifications to convey a key climate record