Could more fuel-efficient engines lead to more global warming?

From the AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY Auto industry experts predict that more than 50 percent of cars on the road by 2020 will use a relatively new type of fuel-efficient engine. This transition, however, has raised questions about its ultimate effect on the climate. A study published in ACS’ journal Environmental Science & Technology has found that…

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Guardian: Tyrants and War Criminals Demand Climate Action

Guest essay by Eric Worrall The Guardian is worried that if Donald Trump is elected as US President, he will reject demands for climate action which are supported by tyrants, war criminals and genocidal maniacs. Donald Trump would be world’s only national leader to reject climate science Sierra Club report finds science of climate change…

Study: 'The Blob' was a product of weather patterns and El Niño

From the GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY El Niño played a key role in Pacific marine heatwave, as did potentially climate change The Northeast Pacific’s largest marine heatwave on record was at least in part caused by El Niño climate patterns. And unusually warm water events in that ocean could potentially become more frequent with rising…