ADAPTATION

How Social Tipping Points Could Limit Global Warming
How Social Tipping Points Could Limit Global Warming
by Alex Lenferna, et al
Achieving the Paris Climate Agreement goal of keeping global warming to 1.5°C requires a worldwide…
Plants Can Recover After Being Burned, So Why Might Some Species In The Amazon Face Local Wipe Out?
Plants Can Recover After Being Burned, So Why Might Some Species In The…
by Kimberley Simpson
Being rooted in one place gives plants the stability they need to grow and thrive. But as the…
Refugee Corals Move To Escape Warming Seas
Refugee Corals Move To Escape Warming Seas
by U. Washington
Coral reefs are retreating from equatorial waters and establishing new reefs in more temperate…
Why Food Production Must Double Idea By 2050 Is Inaccurate
Why Food Production Must Double Idea By 2050 Is Inaccurate
by Jeff Mulhollem, Penn State
“Food production must double by 2050 to feed the world’s growing population,” is a popular idea,…

IMPACT

Farmed Fish Dying, Grape Harvest Weeks Early Are Just Some Of The Effects Of Last Summer's Heatwave In NZ
Farmed Fish Dying, Grape Harvest Weeks Early Are Just Some Of The Effects…
by Jim Salinger and James Renwick
As the Australian heatwave is spilling across the Tasman and pushing up temperatures in New…
Crops at risk from changing climate
Crops at risk from changing climate
by Tim Radford
Global warming could bring yet more challenges to a hungry world. New studies have identified…
Why 1 In 5 People Could Be A Refugee By 2100
Why 1 In 5 People Could Be A Refugee By 2100
by Blaine Friedlander, Cornell University
In the year 2100, 2 billion people—about one-fifth of the world’s population—could become refugees…
The rise in marine heatwaves is harming ocean species
The rise in marine heatwaves is harming ocean species
by Dan Smale, Research Fellow in Marine Ecology, Marine Biological Association
In the midst of a raging heatwave, most people think of the ocean as a nice place to cool down.

POLITICS

Can The Paris Agreement On Climate Change Succeed Without The US?
Can The Paris Agreement On Climate Change Succeed Without The US?
by Henrik Selin
On Nov. 4, the Trump administration formally notified the United Nations that it planned to…
How Indigenous Leadership Is Protecting Communities From Climate Disasters
How Indigenous Leadership Is Protecting Communities From Climate Disasters
by Jocelyn Stacey
“The fires were never a threat to us. It was the state that was the threat.” The environment does…
Why Companies Should Let Their Workers Join The Climate Strike
Why Companies Should Let Their Workers Join The Climate Strike
by Ian McGregor
Multinational ice cream company Ben & Jerry’s will close its Australian stores for this month’s…
Myths About Disaster Survivors Stall The Global Response To Climate Change
Myths About Disaster Survivors Stall The Global Response To Climate change
by Yvonne Su
The 2018 report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), a United Nations body…

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What We Do Now Could Change Earth's Trajectory
What We Do Now Could Change Earth's Trajectory
by Pep Canadell, et al
The numbers of people cycling and walking in public spaces during…
The Coming Climate Catastrophe and Our Last Chance to Save…
by James Hansen
Energy, Climate, and Human Health: Young People's Burden and…
Changing Climate Has Stalled Australian Wheat Yields
Changing Climate Has Stalled Australian Wheat Yields
by Zvi Hochman; David L. Gobbett, and Heidi Horan, CSIRO
Australia’s wheat yields more than trebled during the first 90 years…
Refugees And Wildlife Face Risk From Border
Refugees And Wildlife Face Risk From Border
by Tim Radford
Not only humans but four-legged migrants are at risk from border…
Four Climate Strategies That Could Reach Across Partisan Divides
Four Climate Strategies That Could Reach Across Partisan…
by Rebecca Willis
Within the US, climate change is still a divisive issue. In Donald…
Microbes Hold The Balance In Climate Crisis
Microbes Hold The Balance In Climate Crisis
by Tim Radford
You need powerful microscopes to see microbes. Few microbiologists…
Solar Geoengineering Is Worth Studying But Not A Substitute For Cutting Emissions
Solar Geoengineering Is Worth Studying But Not A Substitute…
by James W. Hurrell, Colorado State University et al
A new report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and…
5 Ways To Kickstart A Green Recovery
5 Ways To Kickstart A Green Recovery
by Raimund Bleischwitz
With a recession looming, it’s time to come up with a good recovery…

EVIDENCE

Causes and Effects of Climate Change
by National Geographic
What causes climate change (also known as global warming)? And what are the effects of climate…
The Air Above Antarctica Is Suddenly Getting Warmer
The Air Above Antarctica Is Suddenly Getting Warmer
by Harry Hendon, et al
Record warm temperatures above Antarctica over the coming weeks are likely to bring above-average…
Why The Global Warming Pause Was A Myth All Along
Why The Global Warming Pause Was A Myth All Along
by Stephan Lewandowsky, University of Bristol
The idea that global warming has “stopped” is a contrarian talking point that dates back to at…
Spring Is Arriving Earlier Across The US, And That's Not Always Good News
Spring Is Arriving Earlier Across The US, And That's Not Always Good News
by Theresa Crimmins
Across much of the United States, a warming climate has advanced the arrival of spring. This year…

WEATHER

Wild Weather: Tornadoes, Thunderstorms and Their Clean Up
Wild Weather: Tornadoes, Thunderstorms and Their Clean Up
by Jennifer Weeks
Springtime in the U.S. is frequently a season for thunderstorms, which can spawn tornadoes. These…
When does a winter storm become a bomb cyclone?
When does a winter storm become a bomb cyclone?
by Russ Schumacher, Associate Professor of Atmospheric Science and Colorado State Climatologist, Colorado State University
Blizzards in March, when our thoughts start turning to spring, are never good news. But warnings of…
How Climate Change Could Be Making Flooding Rains Worse
How Climate Change Could Be Making Flooding Rains Worse
by Joelle Gergis, Australian National University
Over the past three years, I’ve been working on the forthcoming report by the United Nations’…
The Economic Cost Of Devastating Hurricanes And Other Extreme Weather Events Is Even Worse Than We Thought
The Economic Cost Of Devastating Hurricanes And Other Extreme Weather…
by Gary W. Yohe
June marks the official start of hurricane season. If recent history is any guide, it will prove to…

SOLUTIONS

Vegan Leather Made From Mushrooms Could Mold The Future of Sustainable Fashion
Vegan Leather Made From Mushrooms Could Mold The Future of Sustainable…
by Mitchell P. Jones
Seven millennia since its invention, leather remains one of the most durable and versatile natural…
UK’s really shocking climate record is damned
by Alex Kirby
Britain, host of November’s UN talks, COP-26, is pilloried by its own advisers for the UK’s “really…
How to neutralise your greenhouse gas footprint
How to neutralise your greenhouse gas footprint
by Andrew Blakers, Professor of Engineering, Australian National University
With time running out for us to make deep reductions in greenhouse emissions, you may well be…
Cities Turn To Freewheeling Public Transport
Cities Turn To Freewheeling Public Transport
by Alex Kirby
Cities worldwide are making their public transport free to use. As passenger numbers rise, car use…

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