30 November, 2015 − COP21: New study shows that political will is all that is needed to stop the chainsaws and bulldozers that are destroying tropical forests and adding to global warning.
24 November, 2015 – Field scientists warn that damage being done to the Amazon rainforest indicates that most of the world’s 40,000 tropical tree species now qualify as being at risk.
23 November, 2015 – Link detected between religious days of observance and reductions in the big “active fires” that can impact on global warming by sending aerosols into the atmosphere.
19 November 2015 – Scientists warn that Brazil can expect falling hydroelectric supplies and severe crop failures by 2040 as climate change reduces rainfall and increases drought.
16 November, 2015 – Analysts say the DRC, one of the world’s poorest countries, has more credible plans to cut greenhouse gas emissions from forestry than several more developed states.
13 November, 2015 – New research warns that rising temperatures are reducing the mountain snow on which billions of people in lowland areas depend for their water supply.
9 November, 2015 – The effects of climate change mean the topsoil that gives US its agricultural strength is now in jeopardy of being blown away.
1 November, 2015 − Global warming, increasing aridity and rapidly expanding human population will lead to drylands covering half of the Earth’s land surface by the end of this century.
23 October, 2015 – Researchers say the economic costs of failing to take action on climate change will be much greater than thought – with average global incomes cut by almost a quarter.
20 October, 2015 – Concerns about environmental damage caused by costly chemicals and worries about climate change are altering farming methods in the mountains of Nepal.
10 October, 2015 – Evidence stretching back 40,000 years shows that global warming will increase drying in a region of East Africa where drought already causes humanitarian crises.