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Catastrophic Devastation or Manageable Recovery

The difference between catastrophic devastation and manageable recovery following a disastrous event often can be traced back to decisions made decades earlier.
Posted On 09 Aug 2018
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Record climate heat means fiercer hurricanes

Fiercer hurricanes are gaining pace, and devastating floods can be linked to warmer oceans. But climate change is not the only factor.
Posted On 19 May 2018
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Climate adaptation vital to limit damage so far

The risk of flooding to millions more people in Asia, Europe and North America will rise, demanding climate adaptation for a warmer world.
Posted On 05 Feb 2018
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Mixed forests may not resist climate change

Variety is not just life’s spice, but its support system. But it may not be so simple for mixed forests, researchers say.
Posted On 04 Dec 2017
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More harm than good with climate geo-engineering

Geo-engineering might be possible – but so far it doesn’t look practical. Yet another study sees dangers in the technofix.
Posted On 24 Nov 2017
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World set for 3.4˚C by 2100 – China and India key to Paris Agreement success

By the end of the century we should expect a world set for 3.4˚C more warmth than pre-industrial levels, analysts find.
Posted On 15 Nov 2017
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Killer beetle spreads US forest destruction north

Warming winters in the US enable the invading southern pine beetle to leave a trail of devastated trees that could stretch as far north as Canada.
Posted On 02 Sep 2017
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World food trade runs chokepoint gauntlet

A group of physical chokepoints - roads, ports and waterways - could disrupt the flow of world food trade, with drastic consequences.
Posted On 27 Jun 2017
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