It’s not just warmer oceans — sea level rise, droughts and floods all play a role in worsening toxic algal blooms. Source: How climate change is making ‘red tide’ algal blooms even worse – The Washington Post
Historically, water managers throughout the thirsty state of California have relied on hydrology and water engineering — both technical necessities — as well as existing drought and flood patterns to plan for future water needs. Source: California Water Managers Vary in Use of Climate Science, UC Davis Study Finds | YubaNet
With California suffering another devastating wildfire year, more people are wondering about whether and how global warming is contributing. A climate scientist explains. Source: Climate change and wildfires – how do we know if there is a link?
Dozens of heat-related deaths in Japan this summer offered a foretaste of what researchers warn could be big increases in mortality from extreme heat. Source: We’ve started living climate change, not just studying it, scientists say | The Seattle Times
In the midst of a record-breaking global heat wave, a recent international study presented a terrifying worst-case scenario: that “hothouse Earth” conditions are likely to prevail even if the world meets the carbon reduction levels of the Paris Agreement. Source: Scientists call for more eyes in the sky amidst alarming climate change
As warming temperatures caused by climate change is strengthening hurricanes, leaders in the region plead with Trump to rejoin the Paris climate deal. Source: Caribbean states beg Trump to grasp climate change threat: ‘War has come to us’ | US news | The Guardian
Climate change poses a big challenge for wind energy production in Europe. This is the conclusion of a study carried out by researchers at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) using spatially and temporally highly resolved climate models. Source: How climate change influences wind power