9 December, 2016 – When a significant number of trees die, whether it be due to drought, heat, insect infestation or exploitation, the climate of forests in faraway lands is altered.
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.
November 30, 2016 – The EU is billions of euros below its climate target and there are insufficient checks on where much of the €1 trillion budget is going.
November 25, 2016 – Discovery that fish farmers are rearing healthy stock in water containing higher concentrations of carbon dioxide than predicted for climate change has implications for oceans.
23 November, 2016 – The more diverse the trees, the more productive the forest – new research puts a cash value on preserving biodiversity.
22 November, 2016 − If we are serious about cutting back on emissions of greenhouse gases, we have to be prepared for big hikes in the price of food.
10 November, 2016 – New research shows that clouds block sunlight and reflect radiation back to space, impeding the rate of global warming. But for how long?
18 September, 2016 – Senior military figures in the US warn of national and international security threats posed by the impacts of climate change.
22 August, 2016 – The perennial question of how clouds affect the Earth’s climate takes another twist, with one study expecting cooling and another the opposite
17 June, 2016 – Research shows that the effects of extreme heat and weather events on production of raw materials has far-reaching and costly financial implications.
5 April, 2016 – Limiting emissions to ensure the internationally-agreed 2°C temperature rise is not exceeded could still leave trillions of dollars of global financial assets at risk.