In the News Now

Round-ups of major media coverage of Scripps science

In the News Now: Paris Deal's Carbon Cuts Miss Critical Warming Target
An Earth Day Editorial in USA Today
Apr 22, 2016
Scripps Oceanography Distinguished Professor Emeritus Ray Weiss In the News Now: Why Emissions Verification is Essential to the Paris Agreement
Success of global climate accord needs atmospheric monitoring network, researcher says
Mar 09, 2016
NOAA GOES satellite image of atmospheric water vapor, Feb. 19, 2016 In the News Now: Scripps Researchers Use Hurricane Hunters to Probe Atmospheric Rivers
Goal is to improve forecasts of key precipitation source
Feb 19, 2016
In the News Now: Antarctic Ice Shelves Rapidly Thinning
New study revealing accelerating losses over two decades amasses global news coverage
Mar 31, 2015
In the News Now: ‘Ditch the 2° C Warming Goal’
Coverage of commentary by a pair of UC San Diego researchers suggesting society is striving for misleading, unattainable climate goal
Oct 01, 2014
In the News Now: Help Scripps Grads Perform Innovative Research!
Vote early, vote often to help former students win $50,000 National Geographic contest
Sep 23, 2014
In the News Now: Scripps Begins Daily Keeling Curve Updates as CO2 Approaches 400 ppm

May 09, 2013
In the News Now: 'Climate change, irreversibility, and urgency'

Aug 21, 2012
In the News Now: Insuring the Oceans

Feb 20, 2012
In the News Now: New Climate Pact is Largely Rooted in Scripps Science

Feb 17, 2012
In the News Now: When Having an Open Mind Isn’t a Good Thing

Feb 10, 2012
In the News Now: 38 Climate Researchers Respond to a Wall Street Journal Opinion Piece

Feb 01, 2012
Two lanternfish and several bits of plastic collected during the SEAPLEX voyage. Photo: J. Leichter In the News Now: Plastic Found in 9 Percent of ‘Garbage Patch’ Fishes

Jun 30, 2011