Imagine variations of 2004 occurring every year for 10 years.

It's a good time to take a step back and think about the future of the space program, ... Choosing not to fly the shuttle would open up resources to get on sooner with what comes next.

Our work suggests that the impacts of human-caused land cover changes on climate are at least as important, and quite possibly more important, than those of carbon dioxide.

Hurricanes: Their Nature and Impact on Society.

A major hurricane - a Category 3, 4 or 5 - can't come ashore anywhere in the United States without causing a major disaster.

I think each member of the committee is an outstanding scientist, and each is sincere ... but they're missing the broader view we need to have of climate change.

Reinforces the view that we should pay even greater attention to preparing for the inevitability of future intense hurricanes striking vulnerable locations around the world. In the context of ever-growing coastal development, the costs of hurricanes are going to continue to escalate.

We haven't seen the worst case scenario by any stretch of the imagination.

Opponents on both sides want the debate to be about science, ... mainly because of the apparent legitimacy science carries as compared to debating actual values, which these debates are about anyway.