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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Hopes rise for longer-term climate forecasts

A study of the interaction between sunlight, air, water and foliage should lead to better longer-term climate forecasts, scientists say.
Posted On 09 Jun 2017
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The Cost of Pollution – It’s killing us – literally!

Pollution Costs Canadians Tens of Billions Every Year, Reveals New One-of-its-kind Report
Posted On 01 Jun 2017
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New guide helps cities and businesses collaborate on climate resilience

Cities and businesses both face the threat of damaged infrastructure and disrupted operations due to climate impacts
Posted On 24 May 2017
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 A new era dawns and it won’t be human-friendly

Human mistreatment of the planet is ushering in another era and it is not going to be pleasant, according to Clive Hamilton's latest book.
Posted On 31 Mar 2017
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Humans may learn to survive climate change

Researchers say improved education levels of future populations are a key factor in predicting climate change impacts on humans.
Posted On 13 Mar 2017
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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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