9 December, 2016 – When a significant number of trees die, whether it be due to drought, heat, insect infestation or exploitation, the climate of forests in faraway lands is altered.
8 December, 2016 – The floods, heatwaves and droughts caused by climate change may explain the loss of butterflies in the UK in recent years, rather than global warming.
7 December, 2016 – Stronger, more frequent storms will pummel the northern Atlantic coast of the US as human consumption of fossil fuels causes hurricanes to change course.
6 December, 2016 − Observations of Antarctic ice pack from expeditions a century ago are helping modern scientists to understand the impacts of climate change.
5 December, 2016 − The floods that hit the UK last winter were the most extreme on record – and they may be a sign of worse to come.
4 December, 2016 − Chinese officials say they will have the world’s biggest carbon trading scheme up and running throughout the country by the middle of next year.
3 December, 2016 − Scientists show how different the world would be without a sprinkling of the wind-borne African dust that fertilises oceans and forests.
2 December, 2016 − Nuclear giant EDF could be heading towards bankruptcy, yet the French and UK governments are turning a blind eye to the looming financial crisis.
1 December, 2016 − Scientists seeking to unravel carbon cycle mysteries reveal that almost half the C02 produced in making cement is absorbed as structures age.
November 30, 2016 – The EU is billions of euros below its climate target and there are insufficient checks on where much of the €1 trillion budget is going.
29 November, 2016 – A warming climate is exposing the Arctic to the possibility of radical changes that could affect the rest of the planet, scientists say.