Monthly Archives: March 2015

Accelerated loss: western Antarctic ice shelf melting at faster pace within last decade

We know that the Antarctic ice shelves are melting, however the pace of this loss and its cause are still uncertain.  A new study from the Scripps Institute in San Diego has provided better resolution in both time and space to … Continue reading

Posted in Article Reviews, Climate Change | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

The cool car: electric vehicles show possible benefit to combat global warming

Electric vehicles have been touted as a revolution waiting to happen to our transportation grid, just as soon as we can make a battery that provides long-range travel between charging stops.  They are also sold as a way to avoid … Continue reading

Posted in Article Reviews, Climate Change, Energy, Energy and Society | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment