Scientists track down travelling droughts

New analysis of how some of the severest droughts can travel thousands of kilometres could help save many lives in future.
Posted On 11 Mar 2017
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Most US wildfires started by humans

Between 1992 and 2012, humans were more responsible than natural causes for wildfires in the US, due to population growth, urban expansion and global warming.
Posted On 07 Mar 2017
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Water and soil muddy carbon budget thinking

New research on soil, ponds and lakes means a rethink is needed on how to help tackle climate change by balancing the carbon budget.
Posted On 03 Mar 2017
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Deep ocean danger as temperatures rise

Warming seas and increasing acidification could mean starvation and extinction for creatures that live in the abyss of the deep ocean.
Posted On 03 Mar 2017
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Taking action – Cities learning from each other to adapt to climate change

Financing urban adaptation to climate change in large cities is a major challenge. But there are solutions
Posted On 02 Mar 2017
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Spring moving forward at record rate – Why it matters!

The northern hemisphere is experiencing a much earlier spring due to global warming, causing problems for plants and wildlife as the natural cycle goes out of sync.
Posted On 01 Mar 2017
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Canada’s glacial ice loss raises sea level

Dramatic increase in ice loss from the Arctic glaciers of Canada’s northernmost archipelago is now a major contributor to sea level rise. Glaciers are home to a quarter of all the Arctic ice.
Posted On 17 Feb 2017
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Europe warned to switch off coal power

The EU must move swiftly away from coal power if it is to hit targets for reducing emissions of climate-changing greenhouse gases.
Posted On 13 Feb 2017
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