The Memorial Day flooding along the Blanco River that devastated my hometown of Wimberley is a wake-up call that climate-related disasters are increasing.
Tag Archives: global warming
I think I know why Rep. Rafael Anchia (D-Dallas) chose to hold his second climate change hearing on 4/20 instead of Earth Day, which is on Wednesday: You’d have to be high to think this Legislature is going to do anything about climate change, no matter how measly the proposal.
Two Texas lawmakers are taking on a terrible scourge: A nonbinding United Nations resolution promoting sustainability.
The NBC affiliate in Tyler, KETK, ran a preposterously misleading global warming rant… Plagiarized from a British newspaper.
After the warmest year on record for Texas and the third-warmest year, last year provided a brief respite from the heat. So has global warming stopped? Not at all.
The Observer sits down with State Climatologist John Nielsen-Gammon to take stock of the drought and discuss the challenges of communicating climate science.
Like the sound of a golden-cheeked warbler (ter-wih-zeee-e-e-e, chy), something rare was heard today at the Capitol: the science of climate change. Or more specifically, the intersection of global warming and drought.
In 2010, in his anti-government screed Fed Up!, Rick Perry speculated that the planet was “experiencing a cooling trend.” It was a ridiculous, nihilistically […]