From "climate change" to "climate crisis"; experts say there are pros and cons to every doomsday prediction.
How will climate change affect day-to-day life in Australia? Crikey spoke with Dr Andrew Glikson to find out.
How did it become the norm to ridicule scientists and media outlets that report on climate change?
The science behind attribution has become increasingly sophisticated over the past decade and, with increasingly stark data, relatively clear cut.
Like democracy, science, and the scientific process, are flawed, but they are still preferable to the crackpottery of Malcolm Roberts, write Tom Osegowitsch and Angela McCabe.
Despite the dire warning of climate scientists, underpinned by the current spate of extreme weather events around the world, the government appears to be bent on promoting coal-fired power generation, writes Earth and Paleo-climate scientist Andrew Glikson.
The usual storm in a tinfoil hat.
One Nation has been making quite a few claims about science and climate change. Luckily, scientists are very happy to set the record straight, writes Crikey intern Jordan Fermanis .
We have the best minister in the world as our environment minister! So surely we are an environmental world leader, right? Crikey intern April Dudgeon finds out that is not so much the case.