Author Archive

Carbon Dioxide Emissions = More Warming = More Extreme Weather

Written by Eric Haxthausen on . Posted in Extreme weather, Learn

114853403_8715722f5d

This post was originally published at the National Journal’s Energy & Environmental Experts blog as a response to the question: Does global warming increase the risk of extreme weather? The science is clear: Warmer temperatures accommodate more water vapor in the atmosphere. This in turn leads to more instability and increased risk of extreme storms […]

U.S. International Conservation Investments in Great Peril With Current D.C. Debate

Written by Eric Haxthausen on . Posted in Act, Learn, The Wonk Room

4026039161_0acb59bb90

H.R. 1 would slash U.S. direct foreign assistance and support for multilateral institutions. The total funding of these programs amounts to less than 1 percent of the federal budget, but they play a critical role in protecting U.S. security, contributing to a strong economy, providing stability in many countries, and preserving the U.S. as a strong global partner.

About Planet Change

Planet Change is a Nature Conservancy blog site designed to share stories about actions the Conservancy and others around the world are taking to fight carbon pollution and the impacts of climate change, and to help people feel the connections between climate change and their daily lives and understand actions they can take.

The Nature Conservancy