28 November, 2015 – COP 21: Scientists identify a worldwide pattern of climate change in the late 1980s as the early signpost that has now led to the crucial UN summit in Paris.
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.
21 November, 2015 – Warming oceans helped to worsen Australia’s floods five years ago by intensifying rainfall, researchers find.
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.
15 November, 2015 – Global warming wil increase airborne aerosols and cause more atmospheric pollution, scientists say.
Leading South American governments submit disappointingly unambitious climate targets for Paris climate talks.
3 November, 2015 − Researchers say the way to establish fair levels for everyone on global emissions reduction is for one of the major powers to stand up and set the benchmark.
2 November, 2015 − Former key figure in UN climate change policy-making says economists now see that development without destroying the environment is the only way forward.
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.
29 October, 2015 − Parts of the Arabian Gulf region – prime source of the oil that helps fuel climate change – may become uninhabitable for humans unless global warming is tackled.
27 October, 2015 − Scientists predict that while the drought that has devastated the US state for four years will become more extreme, it will be interspersed with bouts of serious flooding.