ADAPTATION

How the humble hedge works hard to protect Britain's urban environment
How the humble hedge works hard to protect Britain's urban environment
by Tijana Blanusa, Principal Horticultural Scientist (RHS)/RHS Fellow, University of Reading
Could there be anything more British than a National Hedgerow Week? Possibly no one in the world is…
How People Can Best Make The Transition To Cool Future Cities
How People Can Best Make The Transition To Cool Future Cities
by Abby Mellick Lopes
It is difficult to remember when we are in the midst of winter, but keeping cool in summer is a big…
Facing the Climate Emergency: Grieving The Future You Thought You Had
Facing the Climate Emergency: Grieving The Future You Thought You Had
by Margaret Klein Salamon
If humanity's two choices are to transform or collapse, the only rational, moral choice is to…
Hurricanes And Other Extreme Weather Disasters Prompt Some People To Move And Trap Others In Place
Hurricanes And Other Extreme Weather Disasters Prompt Some People To Move…
by Jack DeWaard
If it seems like extreme weather disasters such as hurricanes and wildfires are becoming more…

IMPACT

Venus Was Once More Earth-like, But Climate Change Made It Uninhabitable
Venus Was Once More Earth-like, But Climate Change Made It Uninhabitable
by Richard Ernst
We can learn a lot about climate change from Venus, our sister planet. Venus currently has a…
Disasters Are Destroying Places We Hold Dear. What We Do Next Will Make All The Difference
Disasters Are Destroying Places We Hold Dear. What We Do Next Will Make…
by Stephen Miller, Ensia
When fires, floods and other major disruptions alter natural areas, our first instinct is to…
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Hot nights mess up rice’s internal clock
by Matt Shipman-NC State
New research clarifies how hot nights are curbing crop yields for rice.
More Frequent And Intense Tropical Storms Mean Less Recovery Time For The World's Coastlines
More Frequent And Intense Tropical Storms Mean Less Recovery Time For The…
by Hans Paerl
Tropical Cyclones – Storms That Bring Strong, Rotating Winds And Rain, And Which Can Intensify Into…

POLITICS

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Climate explained: how the IPCC reaches scientific consensus on climate change

Rebecca Harris, Senior Lecturer in Climatology, Director, Climate Futures Program, University of Tasmania
How The Media-Savvy Far-right Activists Spread Lies
How The Media-savvy Far-right Activists Spread Lies
by Iga Mergler
Facebook recently banned several far-right extremists, including Canadian Faith Goldy, who made a…
Yes, More Carbon Dioxide In The Atmosphere Helps Plants Grow, But It’s No Excuse To Downplay Climate Change
Yes, More Carbon Dioxide In The Atmosphere Helps Plants Grow, But It’s No…
by Vanessa Haverd, et al
The alarming rate of carbon dioxide flowing into our atmosphere is affecting plant life in…
Shell ordered to cut its emissions – why this ruling could affect almost any major company in the world
Shell ordered to cut its emissions – why this ruling could affect almost…
by Arthur Petersen, Professor of Science, Technology and Public Policy, UCL
The Hague is the seat of government of the Netherlands and also hosts the International Criminal…
How China's First Climate Striker Wants To Help Save The World
by DW News
Howey Ou is China's first climate striker. She joined the worldwide "Fridays for Future" climate…

MORE....

Spring Is Coming Sooner At A Record Rate
Spring Is Coming Sooner At A Record Rate
by Tim Radford
The northern hemisphere is experiencing a much earlier spring due to…
Why We Can't Yet Predict Where Millions Of Climate Refugees Will Go
Why We Can't Yet Predict Where Millions Of Climate Refugees…
by Derek Groen and Diana Suleimenova
In the near future, global warming is expected to create millions of…
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Trump's Hot Air on Global Warming Is Far From the Greatest…
by Andrew Revkin ProPublica
President-elect Donald J. Trump has long pledged to undertake a…
How The Climate Crisis Could Reverse Progress In Achieving Gender Equality
How The Climate Crisis Could Reverse Progress In Achieving…
by Nitya Rao
People who directly depend on the natural world for their…
Antarctica Melting 6x Faster Than 40 Years Ago—Interview…
by Stop Fossil Fuels
Here is the latest shocking headline in this age of climate change:…
The Immense Challenge of Desertification in Sub-Saharan Africa
The Immense Challenge of Desertification in Sub-Saharan…
by Nabil Ben Khatra and Maud Loireau
Today, dry areas represent more than 41% of land on the globe and…
Why The Green Gig Economy Is On The Frontline Of The Climate Change Fight
Why The Green Gig Economy Is On The Frontline Of The…
by Sango Mahanty and Benjamin Neimark
Politicians and business people are fond of making promises to plant…
Global Emissions To Hit 36.8 Billion Tonnes, Beating Last Year's Record High
Global Emissions To Hit 36.8 Billion Tonnes, Beating Last…
by Pep Canadell, et al
Global emissions for 2019 are predicted to hit 36.8 billion tonnes of…

EVIDENCE

Research Shows A Revived CO2 Uptake By The Southern Ocean
Research Shows A Revived CO2 Uptake By The Southern Ocean
by Peter Rüegg ETH Zurich
Like a giant lung, the Southern Ocean seasonally absorbs vast amounts of carbon dioxide (CO2) from…
Why Some Green Policies Can Actually Harm Progress On Climate Change
Why Some Green Policies Can Actually Harm Progress On Climate Change
by Ariel Edesess
You’d be forgiven for thinking that businesses are racing ahead in the green transition.
How Solar Heat Drives Rapid Melting Of Parts Of Antarctica's Largest Ice Shelf
How Solar Heat Drives Rapid Melting Of Parts Of Antarctica's Largest Ice…
by Craig Stewart
The ocean that surrounds Antarctica plays a crucial role in regulating the mass balance of the…
World Greenhouse Gas Levels Made Unprecedented Leap In 2016
World Greenhouse Gas Levels Made Unprecedented Leap In 2016
by Paul Fraser; Paul Krummel, and Zoe Loh, CSIRO
Global average carbon dioxide concentrations rose by 0.8% during 2016, the largest annual increase…

WEATHER

What Is A Derecho? An Atmospheric Scientist Explains These Rare But Dangerous Storm Systems
What Is A Derecho? An Atmospheric Scientist Explains These Rare But…
by Russ Schumacher
The U.S. recently has experienced two rarer events: organized lines of thunderstorms with…
100,000+ Fleeing California Wildfires Spead By High Winds
by Mercury News
Over 90,000 in Sonoma County told to flee as Kincade Fire advances
Dipole: The 'Indian Niño' That Has Brought Devastating Drought To East Africa
Dipole: The 'Indian Niño' That Has Brought Devastating Drought To East…
by Rob Marchant
A severe drought threatens millions of people in East Africa. Crop harvests are well below normal…
3 Reasons Why The US Is Vulnerable To Big Disasters
3 Reasons Why The US Is Vulnerable To Big Disasters
by Morten Wendelbo
During the 2017 disaster season, three severe hurricanes devastated large parts of the U.S.

SOLUTIONS

This Water-based Air Conditioner Cools Without Harmful Chemicals
This Water-based Air Conditioner Cools Without Harmful Chemicals
by National University of Singapore
A new water-based air-conditioning system cools air to as low as 18 degrees Celsius (about 64…
Why South Africa Can't Make A Massive Shift To Renewables
Why South Africa Can't Make A Massive Shift To Renewables
by Hartmut Winkler
There’s a lively debate raging in South Africa about the extent to which renewables should replace…
This Water Based Battery Stores Green Energy For Later
This Water Based Battery Stores Green Energy For Later
by Tom Abate, Stanford University
A new water-based battery could provide a cheap way to store wind or solar energy for later,…
Yes, Eating Meat Affects The Environment, But Cows Are Not Killing The Climate
Yes, Eating Meat Affects The Environment, But Cows Are Not Killing The…
by Frank M. Mitloehner
As the scale and impacts of climate change become increasingly alarming, meat is a popular target…

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