2010 News Articles
The Toughest Job in the World? The IPCC Seeks its First Communications Chief
Michael Oppenheimer Delivers American Geophysical Union's First Stephen Schneider Lecture
Michael Oppenheimer tells Earth Researchers to Speak Out
What Cancun Means
Climate Change Math in Treaties Flawed by Suspect Calculations
University Receives $11 Million from BP
Princeton's Carbon Mitigation Initiative Receives $11 Million through Extended Partnership with BP
Scientists Join Forces in a Hostile Climate
Study Suggests that Decarbonizing U.S. Transport Sector by Converting Waste CO2 to Fuels Would Require Economical Air-Capture of CO2
Uncertainity Over Sea-Level Predictions Makes Planning for Change Difficult but No Excuse for Inaction, says Oppenheimer
Morel and Sarmiento Receive NSF Grants to Study Effects of Ocean Acidification
Michael Oppenheimer gives Briefing in Washington, D.C. on Extreme Weather in a Warming World (PDF)
Michael Oppenheimer Receives Heinz Award for Assessing the Impacts of Global Warming and Air Pollution, and Working for Policies to Prevent Future Harm (Press Release PDF)
What Can We do About Global Warming?
Program Trains Scientists to Develop Future Fuels and Engines
Balancing an Emissions Budget (Listen Now!)
Deep Blue Oceans Spawn Fewer Tropical Storms (full citation)
Climate Change: Helping Nature Survive the Human Response (full citation)
Why a Less Futuristic 'FutureGen' Coal Plant May Not Be Bad
The Hottest Summer Ever
Apple Valley-Based Software Startup Wins DOE Funding for Carbon-Sequestration Software
American Chemical Society to Hold Forum on Climate Change on August 23
Princeton Study Links Climate Change, Crop Yields and Cross-Border Migration
Socolow Honored for Environmental Achievement
Levin and Pacala to Receive Ecological Research Awards
Danny Sigman publishes Nature review article on the role of the Southern Ocean in Driving Glacial/Interglacial Changes in Atmospheric CO2 Concentration (full citation)
Are Climate Skeptics Lousy Scientists?
In (Qualified) Praise of Utility-Only Cap-and-Trade
Obama's Low-Octane Energy Message
Gasbags: Politicians, Oilmen, and Green-Energy Boosters Love to Invoke the Idea of Energy Security. None of Them Know What They're Talking About.
Will the New Climate Bill Damage U.S. Energy Security?
Gulf Oil Spill: Global Implications
Is Gulf Oil Headed For The East Coast? A New Simulation Says: Maybe
Profile: Spring 2010 BP-Vann Visiting Fellow
Faculty in Princeton and Norway Collaborate to Teach Innovative Carbon Capture and Sequestration Course
Obama Sketches Energy Plan in Oil
Could a Recent CCS Study Really Be Right?
Energy Is Focus of 'Art of Science' Exhibition
Debating Climate Data
The Silver Lining in the Climate Bill Cloud
In Memoriam: The "Linked Fee"
CO2 Emissions Causing Ocean Acidification to Progress at Unprecedented Rate
Nine Named Fellows of American Academy of Arts and Sciences
What Causes the North Atlantic Plankton Bloom?
Impossibility of Nuclear Security
Chinese Renewables Aren't Growing Faster Than Coal
U.S. Nuclear Posture's New Priorities
What New Offshore Drilling Will Yield
Geoengineers Get the Fear: Researchers Fail to Come up with Clear Guidelines for Experiments that Change the Planet's Climate
Scientists Call for 'Climate Intervention' Research With 'Humility'
How to Improve Monitoring of Global Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Polls and Media Reports Exaggerate Climate Change Backlash, Says Stanford Polling Expert
Better Estimates of Greenhouse Gas Emissions Needed to Monitor, Verify International Climate Treaties; Strategic Investments Could Improve Reporting Within Five Years
Daniel Sigman on Learning About our Climate's Future from Past Ice Ages
Outside Science Academies to Review Warming Panel
Michael Oppenheimer Explains the Science of Climate Change
U.N. Describes Risks of Inaction on Climate Change
US Senate's Top Climate Sceptic Accused of Waging 'McCarthyite Witch-Hunt'
The Tough New IAEA Line on Iran
Carbon Mitigation Initiative Hosted 9th Annual Meeting Feb. 9-10, 2010
The Oceans and Iron: A Quick Fix or Heavy Metal Siren Song?
Princeton: Rising Seas Projected by PU Scientist
Daniel Sigman on Ocean Algae and Global Cooling
Oppenheimer Talks About Climate Challenges, Globally and Locally
IPCC Scientists On The Defensive As Sceptics Step Up Assault
China Insists That Its Steps on Climate Be Voluntary
The Tricky Path to U.S. Revival
From Inside and Out, Climate Panel Is Pushed to Change
Three Steps to Reducing Nuclear Terrorism
Studies Predict Fewer but Stronger Hurricanes
Sloppy Mistake on Glacier Disappearance Chills U.N. Climate Panel
Rising Ocean Acidity May Deplete Vital Phytoplankton (full citation)
Looking Ahead From Copenhagen: How Challenging is the Chinese Carbon Intensity Target?
A Once-Dark Polaroid Factory Goes Green