16 March, 2017 – A dangerous mix of human-caused devastation and cyclic drought could start a vicious circle of forest dieback in the Amazon.
11 March, 2017 – New analysis of how some of the severest droughts can travel thousands of kilometres could help save many lives in future.
LONDON, 26 February, 2017 – One of the longest US waterways, the Colorado River, has lost 20% of its flow since the year 2000, with the changing climate mostly responsible.
5 February, 2017 – Science still cannot provide satisfactory explanations for some features of basic climate change, experts argue – and they want a global search for answers.
30 January, 2017 – The warming atmosphere will mean a rise in mild weather for parts of the US, scientists find, but a gradual global drop.
1 January, 2017 – Soils face a global threat as population pressure, human development and swelling cities lead to mounting cropland loss.
18 December, 2016 – Small-scale farmers who produce most of the world’s coffee beans face reductions in crop yield and quality as a result of rising temperatures and extreme weather.
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.
3 December, 2016 − Scientists show how different the world would be without a sprinkling of the wind-borne African dust that fertilises oceans and forests.
30 October, 2016 – New UN report says climate change’s impacts on rainfall will have harsh economic consequences for regions such as Latin America and the Caribbean.
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.