Global Warming

Climate Scientists Win 2021 Nobel Prize in Physics for Linking Global Warming and Human Activity

This year’s Nobel Prize in Physics recognizes three scientists for their work in weather and climate modeling and the human effects on global warming.

Syukuro Manabe, Klaus Hasselmann, and Giorgio Parisi received the prestigious award on Tuesday at the annual event in Stockholm. They received the award for demonstrating how increased levels of carbon dioxide produced by human activity warmed the earth’s surface and creating climate models that linked weather and climate.

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