Blog Profiles: Climate Change Blogs, Volume 1

Welcome to Blog Profiles! Each week, we select a topic and handful of blogs that do a great job contributing to the conversation. This week’s roundup recognizes a few standout climate change blogs. Do you have a blog that deserves recognition? Tweet our writers at @BeyondBylines.

Climate Change Blogs We Love -

A hot topic as of late, climate change is a global issue that can feel overwhelming at times.

Read on for blogs covering the latest topics to help navigate the world of climate change.

Make sure to follow this post by checking out Climate Blogs, Volume 2.

1. Global Climate Change: Vital Signs of the Planet

Climate research agency NASA’s blog provides accurate and timely climate change news.

Why a Growing Greenland Glacier Doesn’t Mean Good News for Global Warming; What Is the Sun’s Role in Climate Change?; and Nope, Earth Isn’t Cooling are great reads.

Follow @NASAClimate on Twitter.

Climate Change Blogs We Love - @nasaclimatechange on Instagram

Credit: @nasaclimatechange on Instagram

2. RealClimate

RealClimate is a forum moderated by working climate scientists who aim to provide information to the public and journalists.

Check out More than 500 people misunderstand climate change; The Antarctic ice sheet is melting and, yeah, it’s probably our fault.; and How much CO2 your country can still emit, in three simple steps.

Follow @RealClimate on Twitter.

3. World Resources Institute

WRI is a global research organization spanning more than 60 countries with the goal of turning ideas into action.

Buildings Are an Ideal but Overlooked Climate Solution; A Carbon-Neutral Land Sector by 2040? Here’s How to Get There; and Attention Businesses: Don’t Let Your Trade Associations Undermine You on Climate Action are great posts.

Follow @WorldResources on Twitter.

4. The Climate Reality Project

Climate Reality’s mission is to take urgent global action in response to the climate crisis.

I enjoyed reading This Is the New Normal: California and Constant Fire; A Renter’s Guide to Sustainable Living; and Three Big Ideas for Land Use That Could Turn the Climate Tide.

Follow @ClimateReality on Twitter.

Climate Change Blogs We Love - @climatereality on Instagram

Credit: @climatereality on Instagram

P.S. Ever wonder how we come up with ideas for our blog profiles? Our handy list of industries and subjects on PR Newswire for Journalists stays top of mind. If you’re a blogger or journalist looking for climate change news, let us know. We can customize a newsfeed for you.

Stephanie Donovan is a Senior Customer Content Specialist at PR Newswire, who edits client news for distribution. She is an avid runner, enjoys yoga, and likes to find ways to live green. In her free time, she likes discovering new music, keeping up to date on the best new TV shows, and traveling. If you’d like to connect, you can find her on LinkedIn.

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7 Responses

  1. growideindia says:

    Carbon emissions and India’s efforts
    As we know, India comes third in the world, in carbon emissions. China is at number one, America at second. Both of these also come in developed nations, and India comes in the list of underdeveloped countries. But India’s efforts also show the sharpest will to overcome this crisis.

    Although India can increase its contribution to this issue, it should also be increased. That is why there is a need for young people to come forward in India. Our thousands of years of culture have definitely taught us how to walk with nature. And we need to take it forward.

  2. These blogs are very helpful for us. It will be our source in our project. Thank you very much!

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  4. samirsardana says:

    Climate Change due to carbon and methane is irreversible,because the Alt-options,have a huge cost,which humans cannot and will not bear.

    Let us Say that humans eat synthetic meat and milk – and it comes free ! That will ruin the agri-economics,as plant wastes and residues and oil cakes will have no use – and so,agri prices will have to rise 2-3 times – and no one will pay for that ! AND THEN ALL THAT AGRI WASTE WILL HAVE TO BE BURNT !

    The solution is to eat synthetic meat and gene modified agri crops – which creates less waste,lesser need for water and fertilisers,lesser time, lesser sunlight and photosynthesis, higher yield,and which is cropped throughout the year.That is another quantum leap.

    But that is what is happening.Uncle Bill is into Synthetic meat and Gene modified agri – and if you cut down the population,and the hunan life span – then you have a solution

    Humans will NOT pay for Climate Change.

    And that is Y,substituting the food inputs of cattle,will not work – as the existing agri economics,will be blown up,and agri prices will have to triple.

    The OTHER solution is to breed a new DNA of livestock – which has much higher yield,lower cost of maintenance,no impact of disease,higher potency,engineered to a new diet and more beef.

    NATO and the West,know that there is no solution.The West has to be free of OPEC and PRC.E-Vehicles,are a mortal threat,to the Western Economies.So the West is comfortable with OPEC and GCC.

    The Only Solution is Population reduction,and Climate Change is an EXCUSE,to reduce the population – but in that process,the players will try all the options (knowing that they will fail – as they fund the options !),and ultimately convince the masses,to bite the pill

    But then people ask – Y do the players fund all the alt-options,knowing that it will fail ?

    It simple – the players want to be SURE,that all the options will fail – and so,they fund each leg of it – so that they have the results of all the research,and intelligence on the options.dindooohindoo

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