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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The Sunken Billions Revisited – Saving the World’s Fisheries

New World Bank Report says that giving Oceans a break could generate $83 Billion in additional denefits for fisheries
Posted On 14 Feb 2017
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Seawater dents delta rice production

Saltwater intrusion exacerbated by climate change is hitting rice production in vulnerable delta regions and threatens to cause food shortages.
Posted On 04 Feb 2017
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US faces ‘abrupt and substantial’ crop losses

Rising temperatures will lead to massive crop losses in the US, which will increase prices and cause problems for developing countries, says international study.
Posted On 19 Jan 2017
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Urban cropland loss puts harvests at risk

Soils face a global threat as population pressure, human development and swelling cities lead to mounting cropland loss.
Posted On 01 Jan 2017
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Global climate target could net additional six million tons of fish annually

The amount and species of fish caught in different parts of the world will impact local fishers and make fisheries management more difficult.
Posted On 22 Dec 2016
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Coffee belt feels  climate squeeze

Small-scale farmers who produce most of the world’s coffee beans face reductions in crop yield and quality as a result of rising temperatures and extreme weather.
Posted On 18 Dec 2016
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Aid for agriculture and climate adaptation

Small-scale women farmers key to promote economic development, gender equality and action on climate change around the world.
Posted On 14 Nov 2016
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