Global Climate Change

Ohio Public Radio

Two groups have released a study on the nation's preparedness for climate change-related weather events showing Ohio is not ready for what could come in the next decades.

Though there’s some controversy in Ohio around energy standards and proposals, a national group calling for attention to climate change says the state has the power to shift federal policy and demand clean energy development. 

Ohio Caught Between ALEC And Tech Companies

Oct 9, 2014

Many large tech companies are breaking away from a national organization geared towards writing business-friendly legislation for state-level lawmakers, most of whom are conservative Republicans.


Carbon emitting vehicles are among the primary sources of the greenhouse gases that fuel global climate change.

Climate Change Fueling UD's Divestment Decision

Jun 24, 2014

The University of Dayton says it will begin divesting coal and fossil fuels from its 670 million dollar investment portfolio, hoping to spark discussion about how the use of fossil fuels affects global climate change.

Many utility companies and other businesses are critical of the Obama administration's recently-announced goal of cutting carbon emissions from power plants by 30 percent from 2005 levels over the next 16 years.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

A report by the National Wildlife Federation shows global climate change makes it harder for many animals to raise their young and keep them well fed and healthy.

An intergovernmental panel says the world continues dealing with the impacts of global climate change.

Ice Covers 87 Percent Of The Great Lakes

Feb 14, 2014

The Great Lakes are almost completely covered with ice for the first time in 20 years.

More Cyclones Found North Of 55 Degrees Latitude

Feb 11, 2014

A new analysis of polar weather data shows 19 hundred cyclones operated across the top of the world from 2000 to 2010, 40 percent more than previously thought.

A majority of the world's climate scientists agree climate change is linked to human behavior.

Ohio scientists and clergy members are scheduled to meet on Sunday to participate in what is called a "Teach-In" on global climate change.

The cold snap that hit Ohio and other parts of the nation this week is an indication of global climate change.

Cleveland city officials are drafting a plan to combat global climate change.

A new report by the National Wildlife Federation says climate change-related temperature increases would destroy half of Lake Erie's fish habitats by the end of the century.