KMOX Profiles: Brian EttlingBrian Ettling, a South County native, spends half the year as a park ranger at Crater Lake National Park in Oregon. His work as a climate change speaker/educator landed him on Comedy Central's "Tosh.O." Debbie Monterrey interviews this "climate change comedian."
Scientists Say Chocolate May Be Extinct By 2050Scientists are forecasting that climate change may force the plants that produce chocolate into extinction by 2050.
15,000 Scientists From All Over The World Issue 'Warning To Humanity'Over 15,000 scientists issued a warning about the growing impact of climate change and the possibility of an extinction-level event in the near future.
Report: Meteorologists Expect This Fall To Be Much Warmer Than UsualMeteorologists say that this fall is going to be warmer than usual across the country.
It's So Hot In Arizona That Everything Is MeltingTemperatures in Arizona are reaching 113 degrees Fahrenheit and higher in some places, and basically everything is melting.
Study: Climate Change Goosed Odds of Freakishly Hot FebruaryChicago had no snow. Oklahoma hit 99 degrees. Texas and Louisiana had their hottest February. NOAA said local weather stations broke or tied warm temperature records 11,743 times but set cold records only 418 times.
Study: Climate Change Could Increase Murder RateStudy shows homicides increase as temperatures rise.
TIAM Sunday December 13thParis climate deal, "In the Heart of the Sea", Family Affair and ice cream and violins!
Peabody Allegedly Funded False Climate Change ScienceNew York A-G questions if coal giant misled investors on climate change.
Pharrell Williams Advocates For Greener Jobs, Climate Change ActionPharrell Williams' push for measures that prevent climate change is picking up more momentum as he asks leaders to create greener jobs and save the planet in a recent video.
NOAA: $9M For Projects To Mitigate Climate Change ThreatsThe National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is offering $9 million in grants to help coastal communities deal with extreme weather, changing ocean conditions and climate hazards.
Study: Man-Made Global Warming To Cause 95 Percent Of Very Hot Days By 2050If you find yourself sweating out a day that is monstrously hot, chances are you can blame humanity. A new report links three out of four such days to man's effects on climate.