by Tania Lomborzo / NPR.org
May has been a demoralizing month for news about global warming. The third National Climate Assessment was released on May 6, with its bleak message that time is short if we hope to prevent catastrophic climate change. Soon after we learned that polar ice is irreversibly melting. And then there were fires and devastating floods to remind us that, yes, we are all at the mercy of the elements.
So, perhaps it's a surprise that May has also been one of the funniest months for climate change. Read >