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.
7 December, 2016 – Stronger, more frequent storms will pummel the northern Atlantic coast of the US as human consumption of fossil fuels causes hurricanes to change course.
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.
20 NOVEMBER, 2016 − The soaring temperatures of recent hottest years on record will be the norm by 2040, with Australia first in the firing line.
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?
2 November, 2016 – The effects of Arctic climate change on the jet stream could mean harsher winters for some of the most highly populated regions of the world.
31 October, 2016 – The growing tendency for cyclones to change their paths means river deltas risk being starved of the vital sediment the storms deliver
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.
18 September, 2016 – Senior military figures in the US warn of national and international security threats posed by the impacts of climate change.
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.