Cyclones set to get fiercer as world warms

New analysis of cyclone data and computer climate modelling indicates that global warming is likely to intensify the destructive power of tropical storms.
Posted On 16 Jul 2016
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Canadian Business leaders join the Carbon Pricing Leadership Coalition

Business leaders from across the Canadian economy have committed to being private sector partners of the Carbon Pricing Leadership Coalition
Posted On 15 Jul 2016

Urban Dwellers Drive Massive Deforestation

Cities' sustainability efforts may be undermined by urban destruction of forested carbon sinks.
Posted On 12 Jul 2016

Brexit decision could cause climate problems for Britain

Following the vote to leave the EU, the UK’s energy and climate change policy faces major changes – not least in relation to the nuclear power industry.
Posted On 30 Jun 2016
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Increasing energy investment could cut premature deaths by half – report

Energy is the main contributor to air pollution that kills millions each year, but a 7% increase in energy investment could cut death toll significantly, says new IEA report
Posted On 27 Jun 2016

California trees have $1bn street value

Researchers calculate the huge environmental and economic benefits to taxpayers of the trees that line many streets in California’s cities and suburbs.
Posted On 25 Jun 2016
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Race is on to feed warming world

Scientists warn that plant breeders will need to accelerate development schedules if they are to ensure the ever-growing population can be fed as global temperatures rise.
Posted On 23 Jun 2016

Why the right climate target was agreed in Paris

Controlled implosion of fossil industries and explosive renewables development can deliver on Paris
Posted On 23 Jun 2016
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