It’s Not Warming, It’s Dying campaign to tackle climate change

It's Not Warming, It's Dying campaign (4)

It’s Not Warming, It’s Dying, a campaign to tackle climate change, launched by Milton Glaser, the graphic designer behind the ubiquitous I ‘heart’ NY logo.

By |August 6, 2014|Categories: Natural phenomena

Why we all need to Care about Climate Change

Climate Change

A new report entitled ‘Risky Business’ explores the economic and other risks of climate change in the United States by region and predicts an extreme and dystopian future.    Image credit EPA

By |July 9, 2014|Categories: Natural phenomena

Solar-Powered Global Climate Change Pavilion

Climate Change Pavilion

Solar-Powered Global Climate Change Pavilion, a conceptual proposal exhibition dome with wave-shaped canopies, by talented designer Michael Jantzen.

By |June 25, 2014|Categories: Architecture, Green Energy

The Gap Between Science and Public Understanding Prevents Action on Climate Change

GISS temperature 2000-09

There is compelling and accessible scientific evidence that climate change is happening, but that doesn’t mean that a greater percentage of the public accepts it.

By |May 3, 2014|Categories: Natural phenomena, Physics

All the Climate events of 2013 on one map

All the Climate events of 2013 on one map

The state of the 2013 Climate Summary Information is a synopsis of the collection of national and global summaries issued by NOAA.

By |January 27, 2014|Categories: Natural phenomena, Technology news

Climate change the state of the science

Climate change the state of the science 2

The data visualization summarises several of the most significant statements in the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change‘s (IPCC) recent Fifth Assessment Report. Including everything from sea level rise, to rising global temperatures and sea ice melt.    Watch the video…

By |November 24, 2013|Categories: Natural phenomena

The Portrait of Global Winds

global atmospheric modeling by NASA’s Goddard Earth Observing System Model

This high-resolution global atmospheric modeling by NASA’s Goddard Earth Observing System Model (GEOS-5), provides a unique tool to study the role of weather within Earth’s climate system. It is capable of simulating worldwide weather at resolutions as fine as 3.5 kilometers.   Image © William Putman/NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

By |November 22, 2013|Categories: Space

Research Stations at the End of the World

Research Stations at the End of the World 1

These are some of the Research Stations, the habitable structures, at the End of the world, specially built to sustain the extreme climate conditions of South and North Poles.    Halley VI Research Station: Ice Lab commissioned by British Council and curated by The Arts Catalyst.  A. Dubber, British Antarctic Survey (Photo: A. Dubber)

By |September 13, 2013|Categories: Architecture

The brilliant Power of Earth’s Magnetosphere

A video from NASA showing the agency’s data visualization skills, with the creation of the animation of Sun’s powerful coronal mass ejections and their interactions with the Earth’s magnetosphere and climate.

By |June 22, 2012|Categories: Astronomy, Natural phenomena

Perpetual Ocean

Perpetual Ocean- visualization of ocean surface currents

This visualization shows ocean surface currents around the world during the period from June 2005 – December 2007. The goal was to use ocean flow data to create a simple, visceral experience.

By |March 27, 2012|Categories: Natural phenomena
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