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.
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.
28 November, 2016 − As demand for grain increases to feed a rising population, scientists warn that global warming could seriously reduce wheat productivity.
27 November, 2016 − Higher costs of water as a result of droughts and floods linked to climate change are severely affecting corporate financial performance globally.
19 November, 2016 − As the world continues to warm, cities are housing ever greater numbers − yet they have no voice in climate talks.
27 October, 2016 – A new Atlas of the Human Planet shows how the world’s rising urban population is adding to the impacts caused by climate change.
7 October, 2016 − Cities and towns across Europe are warned to adapt to the battering they face from intense storms as extreme weather events become more frequent.
30 September, 2016 − Leading scientists say most people remain unaware of the truth that climate change is a stark reality now and will continue to get worse without drastic action.
27 September, 2016 – Global food production may need to rise by more than 100 per cent to deal with climate change’s effects on crops in the most vulnerable regions.
5 September, 2016 – Scientists have shown that hurricanes are hitting the US harder than ever, yet many Republican-voting men remain unswayed by evidence of climate change.
28 August, 2016 – Scientists forecast that hurricane damage could increase dramatically in the US as high-income countries are also threatened by extreme weather events.