Andrew Freedman The Washington Post

'Andrew Freedman The Washington Post' - 20 News Result(s)

  • Arctic May Have Crossed Key Threshold, Emitting Several Tons Of Carbon
    World News | Andrew Freedman, The Washington Post | Wednesday December 11, 2019
    The Arctic is undergoing a profound, rapid and unmitigated shift into a new climate state, one that is greener, features far less ice, and is a net source of greenhouse gas emissions from melting permafrost, according to a major new federal assessment of the region released Tuesday.
  • Greenland Ice Sheet Cracks Into Waterfalls, Threatens Rise In Sea Level
    World News | Andrew Freedman, The Washington Post | Tuesday December 3, 2019
    A cerulean blue lake consisting of glacial melt water on the surface of the Greenland ice sheet, located about 18 miles from where the Store Glacier meets the sea in west Greenland, briefly became one of the world's tallest waterfalls during the course of five hours on July of 2018.
  • Global 5G Deal Poses Significant Threat to Weather Forecast Accuracy, Experts Warn
    Andrew Freedman, The Washington Post | Wednesday November 27, 2019
    A long-awaited international deal governing how the world's technology companies should roll out 5G technology poses serious risks to weather forecast accuracy, according to data from federal agencies and the World Meteorological Organisation.
  • We're Living Through Earth's Second-Hottest Year, Says US Agency
    Science | Andrew Freedman, The Washington Post | Wednesday November 20, 2019
    This year is increasingly likely to be the planet's second- or third-warmest calendar year on record since modern temperature data collection began in 1880, according to data released this week by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
  • "Catastrophic" Fire Danger For Sydney As Bush Fires Rage Amid High Winds
    World News | Andrew Freedman, The Washington Post | Tuesday November 12, 2019
    On Tuesday, millions of Australians in and around Sydney all the way north to the Gold Coast face the highest wildfire risk predicted for the region, as an outbreak of deadly bush fires continues to scorch more than a million acres of the unusually hot and drought-stricken country.
  • Over 11,000 Scientists Around The World Declare "Climate Emergency"
    World News | Andrew Freedman, The Washington Post | Wednesday November 6, 2019
    In a move that backs a term used to date mainly by climate activists and left-leaning politicians, a new study by 11,258 scientists in 153 countries from a broad range of disciplines warns that the planet "clearly and unequivocally faces a climate emergency," and provides six broad policy goals that must be met to address it.
  • Ozone Hole Above Antarctica Is Smallest On Record, But There's A Catch
    Science | Andrew Freedman, The Washington Post | Tuesday October 22, 2019
    The Antarctic ozone hole hit its smallest annual peak on record since tracking began in 1982, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and NASA announced Monday. Although we're making progress in cutting down on the use of ozone-depleting chemicals, the milestone doesn't mean we've solved the problem, the agencies cautioned.
  • Fast-Moving California Fire Destroys Homes, Forces 100,000 To Evacuate
    World News | Noah Smith, Kim Bellware, Andrew Freedman and Hannah Knowles, The Washington Post | Saturday October 12, 2019
    The wind-driven blaze sweeping through Los Angeles County's San Fernando Valley continued to spread Friday afternoon, destroying at least 25 homes and prompting mandatory evacuation orders for more than 100,000 people as California hits peak wildfire season.
  • The Northern Hemisphere Just Had Its Warmest Summer On Record
    Science | Andrew Freedman, The Washington Post | Tuesday September 17, 2019
    The Northern Hemisphere just had its hottest summer on record since 1880, according to National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration data released Monday. NOAA found the average global surface temperature taken by thousands of thermometers, buoys and other sensors on land and sea tied with that of 2016 for the top spot, with a temperature anomaly...
  • Trump Shows Fake Hurricane Map In Apparent Bid To Validate Wrong Tweet
    World News | Matthew Cappucci, Andrew Freedman, The Washington Post | Thursday September 5, 2019
    On Wednesday, it appears that the White House attempted to retroactively justify a tweet that President Donald Trump issued over the weekend in which he warned, erroneously, that Alabama would be in the path of Hurricane Dorian.
  • Hurricane Dorian Inches Closer To Florida After Pounding Bahamas
    World News | Andrew Freedman and Jason Samenow, The Washington Post | Tuesday September 3, 2019
    Hurricane Dorian is beginning a much-advertised turn to the north-northwest, away from the Bahamas but toward the U.S. mainland, where it is expected to bring significant impacts.
  • "Not Sure I've Heard Of Category 5": Trump On Hurricane Dorian
    World News | Andrew Freedman, The Washington Post | Tuesday September 3, 2019
    Hurricane Dorian is a storm for the record books, having set new milestones for the strongest hurricane at landfall, based on its 185-mile-per-hour winds (tied for that spot with the 1935 Labor Day Hurricane), and second-strongest hurricane ever observed in the Atlantic based on wind speed alone.
  • Nearing Tipping Point: What You Need To Know About Amazon Forest Fires
    World News | Steven Mufson, Andrew Freedman, The Washington Post | Wednesday August 28, 2019
    As Brazil and the world mobilize soldiers and finances in response to a wave of wildfires in the Amazon, far more is at stake than Brazil's international reputation.
  • Amazon Rainforest Fire: Amazon Rainforest Is Ablaze, Turning Day Into Night In Brazil
    World News | Andrew Freedman, The Washington Post | Thursday August 22, 2019
    Huge tracts of the Amazon, which serves as the lungs of the planet by taking in carbon dioxide, storing it in soils and producing oxygen, are ablaze. Smoke from the widespread fires has turned day into night in Sao Paulo, and intensified a controversy over the Brazilian government's land use policies.
  • July 2019 Officially Recorded As The Hottest Month Globally
    World News | Brady Dennis, Andrew Freedman, The Washington Post | Monday August 5, 2019
    During the hottest month that humans have ever recorded, a local television station in the Netherlands aired non-stop images of wintry landscapes to help viewers momentarily forget the heatwave outside.

'Andrew Freedman The Washington Post' - 20 News Result(s)

  • Arctic May Have Crossed Key Threshold, Emitting Several Tons Of Carbon
    World News | Andrew Freedman, The Washington Post | Wednesday December 11, 2019
    The Arctic is undergoing a profound, rapid and unmitigated shift into a new climate state, one that is greener, features far less ice, and is a net source of greenhouse gas emissions from melting permafrost, according to a major new federal assessment of the region released Tuesday.
  • Greenland Ice Sheet Cracks Into Waterfalls, Threatens Rise In Sea Level
    World News | Andrew Freedman, The Washington Post | Tuesday December 3, 2019
    A cerulean blue lake consisting of glacial melt water on the surface of the Greenland ice sheet, located about 18 miles from where the Store Glacier meets the sea in west Greenland, briefly became one of the world's tallest waterfalls during the course of five hours on July of 2018.
  • Global 5G Deal Poses Significant Threat to Weather Forecast Accuracy, Experts Warn
    Andrew Freedman, The Washington Post | Wednesday November 27, 2019
    A long-awaited international deal governing how the world's technology companies should roll out 5G technology poses serious risks to weather forecast accuracy, according to data from federal agencies and the World Meteorological Organisation.
  • We're Living Through Earth's Second-Hottest Year, Says US Agency
    Science | Andrew Freedman, The Washington Post | Wednesday November 20, 2019
    This year is increasingly likely to be the planet's second- or third-warmest calendar year on record since modern temperature data collection began in 1880, according to data released this week by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
  • "Catastrophic" Fire Danger For Sydney As Bush Fires Rage Amid High Winds
    World News | Andrew Freedman, The Washington Post | Tuesday November 12, 2019
    On Tuesday, millions of Australians in and around Sydney all the way north to the Gold Coast face the highest wildfire risk predicted for the region, as an outbreak of deadly bush fires continues to scorch more than a million acres of the unusually hot and drought-stricken country.
  • Over 11,000 Scientists Around The World Declare "Climate Emergency"
    World News | Andrew Freedman, The Washington Post | Wednesday November 6, 2019
    In a move that backs a term used to date mainly by climate activists and left-leaning politicians, a new study by 11,258 scientists in 153 countries from a broad range of disciplines warns that the planet "clearly and unequivocally faces a climate emergency," and provides six broad policy goals that must be met to address it.
  • Ozone Hole Above Antarctica Is Smallest On Record, But There's A Catch
    Science | Andrew Freedman, The Washington Post | Tuesday October 22, 2019
    The Antarctic ozone hole hit its smallest annual peak on record since tracking began in 1982, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and NASA announced Monday. Although we're making progress in cutting down on the use of ozone-depleting chemicals, the milestone doesn't mean we've solved the problem, the agencies cautioned.
  • Fast-Moving California Fire Destroys Homes, Forces 100,000 To Evacuate
    World News | Noah Smith, Kim Bellware, Andrew Freedman and Hannah Knowles, The Washington Post | Saturday October 12, 2019
    The wind-driven blaze sweeping through Los Angeles County's San Fernando Valley continued to spread Friday afternoon, destroying at least 25 homes and prompting mandatory evacuation orders for more than 100,000 people as California hits peak wildfire season.
  • The Northern Hemisphere Just Had Its Warmest Summer On Record
    Science | Andrew Freedman, The Washington Post | Tuesday September 17, 2019
    The Northern Hemisphere just had its hottest summer on record since 1880, according to National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration data released Monday. NOAA found the average global surface temperature taken by thousands of thermometers, buoys and other sensors on land and sea tied with that of 2016 for the top spot, with a temperature anomaly...
  • Trump Shows Fake Hurricane Map In Apparent Bid To Validate Wrong Tweet
    World News | Matthew Cappucci, Andrew Freedman, The Washington Post | Thursday September 5, 2019
    On Wednesday, it appears that the White House attempted to retroactively justify a tweet that President Donald Trump issued over the weekend in which he warned, erroneously, that Alabama would be in the path of Hurricane Dorian.
  • Hurricane Dorian Inches Closer To Florida After Pounding Bahamas
    World News | Andrew Freedman and Jason Samenow, The Washington Post | Tuesday September 3, 2019
    Hurricane Dorian is beginning a much-advertised turn to the north-northwest, away from the Bahamas but toward the U.S. mainland, where it is expected to bring significant impacts.
  • "Not Sure I've Heard Of Category 5": Trump On Hurricane Dorian
    World News | Andrew Freedman, The Washington Post | Tuesday September 3, 2019
    Hurricane Dorian is a storm for the record books, having set new milestones for the strongest hurricane at landfall, based on its 185-mile-per-hour winds (tied for that spot with the 1935 Labor Day Hurricane), and second-strongest hurricane ever observed in the Atlantic based on wind speed alone.
  • Nearing Tipping Point: What You Need To Know About Amazon Forest Fires
    World News | Steven Mufson, Andrew Freedman, The Washington Post | Wednesday August 28, 2019
    As Brazil and the world mobilize soldiers and finances in response to a wave of wildfires in the Amazon, far more is at stake than Brazil's international reputation.
  • Amazon Rainforest Fire: Amazon Rainforest Is Ablaze, Turning Day Into Night In Brazil
    World News | Andrew Freedman, The Washington Post | Thursday August 22, 2019
    Huge tracts of the Amazon, which serves as the lungs of the planet by taking in carbon dioxide, storing it in soils and producing oxygen, are ablaze. Smoke from the widespread fires has turned day into night in Sao Paulo, and intensified a controversy over the Brazilian government's land use policies.
  • July 2019 Officially Recorded As The Hottest Month Globally
    World News | Brady Dennis, Andrew Freedman, The Washington Post | Monday August 5, 2019
    During the hottest month that humans have ever recorded, a local television station in the Netherlands aired non-stop images of wintry landscapes to help viewers momentarily forget the heatwave outside.
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