16 February, 2017 – A musical protest at the Rio carnival will stress the damaging impacts of factory farming on indigenous people and on global warming.
29 January, 2017 – Small-scale hydro schemes can transform the lives of remote communities and cut carbon emissions, but they need high-level support.
1 January, 2017 – Soils face a global threat as population pressure, human development and swelling cities lead to mounting cropland loss.
31 December, 2016 – New research warns it will be almost impossible for African cropland to feed the continent by 2050 without massive changes to farming.
28 November, 2016 − As demand for grain increases to feed a rising population, scientists warn that global warming could seriously reduce wheat productivity.
26 November, 2016 − Bolivia has declared a state of emergency as climate impacts shrink glaciers and leave cities without water.
19 November, 2016 − As the world continues to warm, cities are housing ever greater numbers − yet they have no voice in climate talks.
15 November, 2016 − While governments continue to negotiate on climate change, meteorological scientists warn that the global warming situation is rapidly deteriorating.
28 October, 2016 – With many civilians likely to die in the conflict in Iraq and Syria, the fighting also threatens the environment as Isis torches oil wells.
15 October, 2016 – Scientists show how humans can improve poor people’s lives by reversing practices that destroy the environment and fuel climate change.
13 October, 2016 − New research shows how nutrient-rich insects can make a big contribution to diet in poor countries – and help in the fight against climate change.