16 August, 2017 – Foresters are being urged to plant tree species resilient to climate change to save the timber industry as Swiss trees swelter.
6 August, 2017 – Paying for forests conserves a vital world resource. But somebody must pay the locals a tangible share of the intangible global gains.
2 August, 2017 – Welcoming refugees instead of seeing them as a drain on national economies could offer huge opportunities to Asian countries’ private sectors.
31 July, 2017 – The fossil fuel subsidies paid to the industry that exploits them is a fraction of their cost to people’s health in the rich world.
30 July, 2017 – Oil and gas shares offer diminishing returns, and more investors will spurn fossil fuels, though finding a new home for their money is not easy.
26 July, 2017 – Forests are more valuable standing than cleared. US economists have found how to subsidise protecting African forests at the village level.
25 July, 2017 – There’s no shortage of good intentions in Ireland’s climate plan, but they are too vague to cut emissions significantly.
21 July, 2017 – Profligate fossil fuel use could cause Asian temperatures to rise by 6°C, bringing floods and food shortages for hundreds of millions.
19 July, 2017 – The next generation will have to pay a $535 trillion bill to tackle climate change, relying on unproven and speculative technology.
14 July, 2017 – As temperatures rise it may become too hot to fly, with aircraft likelier to be grounded, and more passengers more likely to lose their seats.
13 July, 2017 – Governments and schools are failing to help people to recognise the best ways to cut climate change, researchers say.